Iliad-owned French ISP Alice has launched a sub-Â20 triple-play offer.
The AliceBox Initial package offers ADSL 2+ internet access, unlimited calls to landlines in 60 countries including France and access to a package of 60 TV channels for Â19.99 per month. Subscribers also get a free AliceBox, a combined modem and set-top box.
Alice has also launched the AliceBox Plus package for Â29.90 per month. This offers ADSL 2+ internet access, roaming WiFi that can be used in three million hotspots in mainland France, unlimited calls to landlines in 100 countries, access to a package of 160 digital TV channels including a selection of HD channels, the latest generation of AliceBox modem, an HD DVR and a pair of powerline plugs. AliceBox Initial subscribers can upgrade to AliceBox Plus at any time.
Earlier this year, French cable operator Numericable announced plans to launch a triple-play package priced below Â20. It will include internet and digital TV services along with unlimited phone calls within France and to 53 international countries for Â19.90 per month and is expected to be available from December 6.
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