Tele Columbus revamps product set to include cable connections

German cable operator Tele Columbus, which operates under the PŸUR brand has revamped its product portfolio to include cable connections in its bundled tariffs for the first time.

The cable connection, which previously had to be paid for separately,  is now included in the operator’s combi tariffs, so a separate cable contract is no longer necessary.

PŸUR customers who take its service via collective housing association agreements will receive a monthly discount.

PŸUR customers will be able to watch 26 commercial HD channels, with the CI + module for receiving them already included in the package free of charge.

All-network flat rate calls to the fixed network and all German mobile networks is also included. A FRITZ! Box 6660 cable router is offered as an add-on option, free of charge for the first six months and then €3 per month.

Housing association customers, for whom the TV fees are billed as part of rental costs, will receive a monthly discount of €10. This means that the combined tariffs for tenants only cost slightly more than a single internet tariff, the operator said.

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