Belgian cable operator Telenet stop television via DVB-T




The Belgian cable operator Telenet stops Teletenne, a service that allows customers to receive the DVB-T standard, which uses KPN in the Netherlands for his service Terrestrial. Wireless TV signal Telenet says there is not enough interest for Teletenne.

Telenet Telenet has Teletenne just over eighteen years presented, but as of March 31 stop provider with it. Customers now have Teletenne get back 140 euro 129 euro for set-top boxes the subscription for a month, 11.50 euros.

The provider says it has decided to set up because of a lack of interest and commercial success so stop the service: there are too few customers who use the service. How many customers Telenet for the service, the company does not know. Alternatively, the cable company offers customers watch via smartphone, tablet or PC via Yelo TV and free Wi-Fi spots. On TV

DVB-T is a technology that makes it possible to send over the air TV signals. In the Netherlands, KPN uses DVB-T for more successful service Terrestrial. Although Terrestrial is still in the air, the number of customers that service also runs back. DVB-T and DVB-H mobile version additionally get a successor that runs through a regular 4G network, LTE broadcast. Several providers have therefore been experimenting with it.


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