The French CanalSat platform has introduced a low-cost package of 50 channels which is available for €9.99 a month, representing a 70% discount on the original price.
Belgacom has announced an extension to its free TV offer first launched on July 11. The IPTV operator is giving customers a Belgacom TV basic subscription at no cost to those that already take telephony and broadband access.
The German cable operator Unitymedia is beefing up its digital channel bouquets and has restructured its tiering.
Sky Deutschland wants retailers and installers to supply new customers with only HD receivers from this summer onwards.
The DTH provider Canal Digitaal Satelliet has launched a hybrid triple play offer together with Deutsche Telekom’s Dutch subsidiary Online.
Virgin Media is launching a new TV campaign for its mobile product, the first since Virgin’s mobile division came together with the cablenet, as part of the 2007 merger between Telewest and NTL.
The French pay-TV operator Canal+ will introduce a special ‘weekend subscription’ this autumn to test the waters for such a product.
The new pricing structure of the German pay-TV platform Premiere/Sky has caused much uproar amongst football fans in the country. Marketing of the new offer will start on July 4, when Premiere becomes Sky.
In what seems to be a change of strategy, the German pay TV platform Premiere-Sky is to push direct-to-home satellite subscriptions.
ANGA CABLE 2009 – COLOGNE. Spain’s Televes is set to present its new DAT HD antenna.