According to Ekathimerini, the two parties aim to put pressure on the government, as well as the incumbent telco OTE.
It adds that Vodafone and Wind have signed an MoU and plan to invest €1 billion, mainly on NGNs in landline telephony.
This would counter OTE’s plans to develop VDSL networks.
Vodafone and Wind are also expected to access government funds of €400 million allocated for NGNs.
Broadband TV News notes Vodafone services in Greece currently include an IPTV platform named Vodafone TV.
Meanwhile, Wind’s offer does not at present include TV services.
Plans by Vodafone to merge with Wind fell through in Q1 2012 due to EU regulatory opposition.