Germany’s third largest cable operator Tele Columbus Group will adopt the new name PŸUR from October 2017.
German cable operator Primacom will change the allocation of the slots on its digital TV channel listing from April 4, 2017.
Munich-based cable operator Kabel & Medien Service (KMS) will expand its digital TV and internet offer and, in return, reduce the number of analogue TV channels on its network.
German cable operators Tele Columbus and Primacom have launched their multimedia home gateway AdvanceTV, a central entertainment hub combining the TV, video and media offers in the customer’s household.
Austrian music channel Melodie TV will launch on the cable networks of Tele Columbus, Primacom and Pepcom in Germany in April 2016.
Germany’s third-largest cable operator Tele Columbus reports strong growth following its acquisitions of Primacom and Pepcom which have been included in the corporate figures since August 1 and December 1, 2015 respectively.
German cable operators Tele Columbus and Primacom have launched a community Wi-Fi service comprising 50,000 hotspots which enable their internet customers to surf the net at no additional charge while on the go using their smartphone, tablet or laptop.
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Germany’s third-largest cable operator Tele Columbus has posted its first revenues and customer figures following the integration of Primacom on August 1, 2015.
Ronny Verhelst will remain CEO of German cable operator Tele Columbus following the takeover of Primacom and the planned integration of Pepcom while Joachim Grendel, CEO of Primacom, will leave the Tele Columbus group at his own request on November 15, 2015.