August 22, 2013 09.43 Europe/London By Julian Clover
Canal Digital is upgrading its customer offer in Norway with improvements in broadband speeds and new entertainment services.
The new broadband portfolio consists of speeds running at 25, 50 and 100 Gbps. CEO Gisle Pedersen says the majority of Canal Digital Kabel TV will receive a significantly higher speed.
Customers will be transferred to the product closest to what they currently receive.
At the same time improvements to the new T-We entertainment portal includes Startover – commencing a live show from the beginning; a 7-day backwards EPG and catch-up content.
“Canal Digital Kabel TV delivers broadband services via various fiber solutions, HFC (Hybrid Fiber Coax) and FTTH (Fiber to the Home). We have in recent years intensified the modernisation of broadband networks by building fibre closer to the customer, even right up to the wall of the house, to ensure that customers have the capacity they need,” said Pedersen.
The T-We service requires the customer to have the recent ADB set-top.