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Telenet reduces analogue bandwidth for digital growth

Telenet is planning to reduce the bandwidth that it allocates to analogue TV services in order to boost the number of digital channels it offers to subscribers.

The Belgian cable operator will begin rearranging its channels from April 26, including the removal of the least popular analogue channels. By the end of the process Telenet will offer at least 21 analogue channels, the exact number dependant on the region. The extra bandwidth will see Vox, N-TV, VRT and two Sundance channels added to Telenet’s digital line-up.

Tags: Belgium, Telenet