German cable operator Tele Columbus agreed with Vodafone Kabel Deutschland to acquire its stake in regional cable company KMS.
Germany’s third largest cable operator Tele Columbus Group will adopt the new name PŸUR from October 2017.
Germany’s third-largest cable operator Tele Columbus has gained 15,000 new telephony and 14,000 new internet customers in Q2 2017.
Ronny Verhelst, CEO of Tele Columbus, will leave Germany’s third-largest cable operator on February 1, 2018 for personal reasons.
Germany’s third-largest cable operator Tele Columbus Group and M7 Group extend their longstanding cooperation for the contribution of German and international pay-TV channels.
Germany’s third-largest cable operator Tele Columbus has won 18,000 new telephony and 15,000 new internet customers in Q1 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 operator Tele Columbus has won 20,000 new internet customers in Q4 2016.
Kabel & Medien Service (KMS), part of German cable company Tele Columbus Group, has introduced high-speed internet access in Markt Indersdorf, a commune north-west of Munich.
Tele Columbus, Germany’s third largest cable operator, is deploying the app platform developed by Netherlands-based service provider Metrological as part of its recently launched AdvanceTV multiscreen service.