Belgian cable operator Telenet will start to discontinue distribution of the analogue radio and television signals on its cable in 2020.
Five years after investment programme The Big Net-works, Telenet is now launching the promised speeds of 1 gigabit per second throughout Flanders and Brussels.
At June 30, 2019, Telenet’s total basic and enhanced video customer base reached 1,902,200. On a sequential basis, the Belgian operator lost 14,600 net video subscribers during Q2 2019.
Belgian cable operator Telenet served a total of 1,916,800 basic and enhanced video customers as of March 31, 2019.
Telenet has launched its next-generation TV entertainment platform, Horizon 4 – known as the Telenet TV Box – in Belgium.
Sam Lloyd, Chief Information Officer will leave Telenet end of July after three and a half years of service.
The Board of Directors of Telenet are nominating Enrique Rodriguez, EVP and CTO at Liberty Global, to be appointed as director of Telenet Group Holding NV in the run up to the general meeting of 24 April 2019.
ShortsTV has renewed its linear distribution agreement with Telenet and will be part of the basic Digital TV offer and available to over 1.7m Telenet subscribers.
At December 31, 2018 Telenet served 2,115,000 unique customer relationships, which represented approximately 63% of the 3,350,700 homes passed across the cabler’s Flemish and Brussels footprint.
Belgian cable operator Telenet is launching the new Yugo bundle offering software based streaming TV service built entirely around the smartphone.