KPN's Telfort to launch triple play service bundle

KPN Telfort has decided to give Netherlands-based consumers a new triple play option.

Competitively priced at an introductory rate of $36 a month, the new package includes a 20 Mbps ADSL connection, voice calling, and DTT television from Digitenne. After the six-month introductory period ends, the triple play package price goes up to about $56 a month.  

To entice users to sign up for the triple play package, Telfort will offer a free DTT tuner and WiFi-enabled DSL modem in addition to a $32 voucher for the first month's bill.

In addition to the triple play offering, consumers can also purchase a slightly cheaper dual-play option that includes a broadband data connection and pay TV for about $23 month. Like its triple play brother, the price of Telefort's dual-play offering is also temporary and after an introductory period goes up to about $43 a month.

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- TeleGeography has this story

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