UPC scraps connection charges

UPC, the company that owns NTL and Chorus, gave the Irish digital TV market a boost last week by scrapping its connection charges.

12th January, 2008

UPC, the company that owns NTL and Chorus, gave the Irish digital TV market a boost last week by scrapping its connection charges.

The cable company has also cut the cost of upgrading to digital TV from its analogue service to €2.50 per month. The move comes as UPC announces that it has upgraded over half of its existing service area to include digital TV capability. This brings its number of digital TV customers to...

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