Freenet TV: 550,000 paying customers for DVB-T2 HD

Freenet TV DVB-T2 HD – A few months after launching the new DVB-T2 HD antenna technology, the service is used by several thousand customers. The offer waipu.tv is also popular among customers, freenet says.

Freenet TV DVB-T2 HD

At the end of March the conversion to DVB-T2 HD started and is to be completed by 2019. In more and more regions, the TV programs can be received via DVB-T2 HD and, if desired, access both public and private broadcasters. The latter are chargeable via freenet TV and costs 69 euros per year.

As freenet communicated, currently more than 550,000 customers use the paid freenet TV offer and pay this either by voucher or by bank account. Up to now, DVB-T2 HD is available in about 2 million households in the Federal territory.

Waipu.tv with 50,000 customers

The waipu.tv IPTV service also available via freenet is very popular among customers. The service is available in about 260,000 households and is used by more than 50,000 customers in the payment variant, including recording function, mobile reception and full access to the private data.

“Our entry into the TV business was not only new to our entire organization, but was also linked to ambitious sales targets. For this reason, I am extremely proud of the entire freenet Group that we have made such a brilliant start in terms of our company and the shareholders, “explains Christoph Vilanek, CEO of freenet AG.

Freenet TV can be used in different variants and offers access to numerous TV channels via DVB-T2 HD. DVB-T2 HD replaces the previous DVB-T program until 2019.

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