Belgian cable operator Telenet has unveiled its next-generation broadband internet line-up.
The operator has launched Telenet FiberNet, offering speeds of up to 100Mbps via EuroDOCSIS 3.0 technology. FiberNet will be available for 99 as of mid-March. The product is currently available in one of TelenetÂs bundled ÂShakesÂ for Â120, including rental of an HD DVR and flat-rate fixed telephony. In July, the operator will introduce a 50Mbps version for Â69 or Â89 as part of a Shake.
The company has said it will introduce unlimited downloads for FiberNet and TurboNet subscribers as of July. Telenet is also reducing the price of its starter tier, BasicNet, from Â20 to Â18.90, and holding the price of other broadband products at their existing level.
The company is also launching a new webmail application with additional functionality and 5GB of mailbox storage capacity.
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