Telenet has agreed to pay Orange Belgium a minimum EUR 150 million to end their MVNO agreement by the end of 2018.
Mobistar, which is 53% owned by Orange, is adopting the Orange brand in Belgium, and will start offering cable TV.
The Belgian telecoms regulator BIPT has proposed a 34% reduction in the fees for wholesale access to the Telenet, Coditel and Brutele cable networks.
Mobistar has commenced operational testing of its internet and digital TV services on cable.
KPN will pul the plug out of its digital TV product Snow in June 2015. Meanwhile, Mobistar has launched its alternative TV service in Charleroi.
Belgian operator Mobistar is delaying the rollout of its broadband and TV offer on cable until sometime next year.
Mobistar has announced a partnership with Alpha Networks, Zappware and Siligence for the launch of its future interactive television services on cable networks.
Mobistar has selected the integrated operational and business support system solution from Alpha Networks to support its upcoming cable TV and broadband services.
Mobistar has selected a content protection solution from Viaccess-Orca to support its planned cable TV service in Belgium.
Belgian operator Mobistar has paid a total of €1.2m to Telenet and Brutélé-Tecteo in order to gain access to the cable networks.