Belgian cable operator Telenet CEO Duco Sickinghe said there is still room for growth as subscribers increasingly take two or more products. During 2011, ARPU grew 9% to €42.10.
Sporting Telenet, the dedicated sports channel from Belgian cable operator Telenet, is expanding its programming.
Belgian cable operator Telenet plans to add half a million extra free Wi-Fi locations for its customers by turning the wireless modems at its subscribers’ homes into so-called Homespots.
Belgian cable operator Telenet has secured the rights to all live Jupiler League football games from the 2012/13 season onwards.
Belgian cable operator Telenet is now rolling out its Yelo Live TV streaming service to smartphones, tablets, laptops and PCs for all its subscribers. The introduction follows a test period, which started last December.
Belgian cabler Telenet has completed its initial evaluation of the first phase of the IPv6 features of Motorola’s BSR 64000 cable modem termination system (CMTS).
Telenet Group Holding NV has announced the initiation of a share repurchase programme. Under it, the board of directors may acquire its common stock from time to time, for a maximum of 1,000,000 shares within the next nine months.
Belgian cable operators Telenet and Tecteo have submitted a formal joint bid for the country’s fourth 3G-licence, which was put up for auction by the BIPT (Belgian Institute for Postal and Telecommunication Services) on March 15, 2011.
The European Commission has expressed a number of concerns over a proposal by the Belgian audiovisual regulators to open up the larger cable networks in Belgium to third parties. The plans would oblige Belgacom and cable operators to allow alternative operators to compete more effectively in the markets for both cable and the xDSL. Cable […]
The Jupiler League, the main Belgian football competition, has divided the broadcast rights to the live games between cable and IPTV, with contracts going to Belgacom TV, Telenet (Flanders) and VOO (Wallonia). Until now, Belgacom TV owned exclusive rights.