Liberty Global plans to launch MVNO services across Europe this year.
The operator’s Belgian cable platform Telenet already offers mobile services under an MVNO deal, but it will expand its mobile operations in other European markets this year.
Speaking at Cable Congress in Brussels, Liberty Global president and CEO Mike Fries said that offering quad play services was an attractive proposition and could help to reduce churn. “There is an opportunity for us to spend small amounts of money to invest in platforms that allow us to provide mobile products in a quad play. We’ll do it this year and into next year,” he said.
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