German cable operator PŸUR, formerly known as Tele Columbus, has launched what it says are more flexible offers for internet, TV and telephony.
The operator is offering internet access with speeds of up to 200Mbps for €30, without the need to sign up for TV. subscribers can also take a 400Mbps service for €40, including the cost of a WLAN router.
A phone connection is available for €1, with calls to fixed-line German numbers available for €5 a month.
PŸUR is also offering two new mobile contracts. The company is offering mobile with 1GB of data for €15, while 3GB raised the price to €25. The company charges €10 for sending the SIM card to subscribers. PŸUR offers mobile telephony through an agreement with low-cost network provider Drillisch.
In TV, PŸUR is offering 130 digital and 35 analogue TV channels for €10 a month, including box rental.
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