Cyfrowy Polsat looks to triple-play
November 7, 2013 08.38 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul
Cyfrowy Polsat NewPoland’s leading DTH platform Cyfrowy Polsat has teamed up with the mobile operator Plus to offer customers a new triple play package.
Consisting of Cyfrowy Polsat’s satellite TV offer, Plus’ smartphone telephony service and LTE broadband, currently provided by both parties, it costs PLN99.80 (€23.87) a month to receive.
Also, customers who decide to subscribe to Plus’ internet or telephony offer are being given the option of receiving TV from Cyfrowy Polsat for no additional fee, while Cyfrowy Polsat customers receiving its internet service can buy a phone from Plus at a 50% discount or receive a ‘double recharge’ of its Mix Plus phone offer.
Cyfrowy Polsat points out that the new offer is aimed at clients who decide to buy more services within seven days of signing an agreement to subscribe to internet or telephony.
Cyfrowy Polsat currently has over 3.5 million subscribers, while its LTE network is the largest in Poland, reaching 24 million people, or 62% of the population.
Plus is the brand name used by Polkomtel, a company that has been owned by Polsat founder Zygmunt Solorz-Zak since 2011.