08.48 Europe/London, August 10, 2011 By Robert Briel
Dutch telecoms operator Telfort has launched a full triple play offer including IPTV alongside its broadband and telephony services. The company, which is wholly owned by incumbent KPN, is using KPN’s IPTV infrastructure.
The new IPTV service is available at an additional €11.00 a month and offers 55 TV channels and 90 radio stations. The basic tier also include the ‘pause live TV’ functionality and catch-up TV from the three public channels Nederland 1, 2 and 3. Basic customers also have access to the VOD library consisting of around 2,000 titles.
An extended tier is also available as are two premium sports products, the live Dutch football channel Eredivisie Live and Chellomedia’s Sport. A dedicated kids bouquet is also available.
In order to be eligible for the IPTV service, customers need to have a Telfort internet Plus or Telfort internet Max subscription.