Cable firm to offer multimedia package

Cable television networks will be the best option in the future for customers who want convenient television, phone and high-specification broadband internet - that’s the bold claim being made Shane O’Neill, chairman of UPC Ireland.

21st October, 2006

UPC is the owner of the merged business made up of cable and MMDS operators NTL and Chorus. Despite some false dawns for the cable sector in Ireland, O’Neill is confident that UPC will provide an attractive and competitive ‘triple-play’ of services to customers from next year: digital television, home phone and broadband internet.

Once the service is launched the NTL and Chorus names will be re-branded as UPC. After securing...

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