Liberty Global-backed Belgian cable operator Telenet plans to harmonise its subscription fee across its entire footprint in January.
The company said it will increase its prices for certain fixed services by 1.97% on January 26, while the cable fee for the entire Telenet footprint will be harmonized to €15.35 per month.
The TV subscription fee will be harmonized at €11.65, while Telenet’s monthly contribution for royalties will increase from €3.18 to €3.70 a month.
Telenet said the harmonisation would not generate any incremental revenue for the company.
The price of broadband, internet, fixed telephony and bundled products will go up by 1.97%, as will the rental price of a digital TV recorder and the price of premium TV packs.
The price of mobile telephony packages, including Telenet’s King and Kong packs, will remain the same. TV services including Rex and Rio, Sporting Telenet day passes and other offers will also remain the same, as will the rental of Telenet’s HD/SD Digibox and its SD Digicorder.