By Robert Briel
Published: November 2, 2010 21.22 Europe/London
T-Mobile’s Dutch ISP Online.nl has launched a triple play offer comprising of broadband access, telephony and digital terrestrial television using KPN’s Digitenne DVB-T network.
The triple play offer costs €36.00 a month with an introductory fee of €28.50 for the first six months. Customers have to buy the DVB-T with PVR for an introductory price of €99.95 (instead of the regular €199.95). Broadband access is 20 Mbps.
Online.nl also offers a basic dual play version at €21.50 a month with 4 Mbps broadband access, a free DVB-T tuner valued at €79.95, but no telephony.
The ISP has been active for some time offering a triple play package including satellite DTH reception from Canal Digitaal Satelliet costing €42.50 a month. This package contains a free HD satellite receiver valued at €149.00, 20 Mbps broadband access, telephony and a basic Canal Digitaal subscription including a total of 26 HD channels. During the first six month an introductory price of €35.00. The basic DTH subscription can be upgraded with additional tiers.
Online.nl was also one of the interested parties to become a reseller of analogue cable products under the failed Open Cable ruling.
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