Poland’s leading alternative telco Netia has begun to sell services delivered on its fibre-optic network.
They include internet access at up to 900Mbps, TV and mobile telephony, with the latter encompassing unlimited calls and 1Gb of data.
The cheapest package consists of 100Mbps internet access and the Telewizja Osobista TV Standard service of 109 channels, 51 of which are in HD.
It costs PLN49.90 (€11.68) a month for the first three months and PLN79.90 a month thereafter.
Two other packages offer high broadband speeds (300Mbps and 900Mbps) and cost PLN59.90 and PLN79.90 a month respectively for the first three months, subsequently increasing by PLN10 and PLN20 a month respectively.
As part of the offer, all customers will also have access the full TV offer of almost 200 TV channels, nearly half of which are in HD, plus seven-day catch-up, for the first month.
The latter is part of a package known as ‘Giganagrywanka’, which will cost PLN15 a month during the promotion period.
Meanwhile, Multiroom will cost PLN10 a month, and customers will also be offered HBO services, including HBO Go, at a reduced rate.
Netia’s fibre-optic network is around 20,000km long and links over 50 cities throughout Poland.