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Telecommunications operator Telenet will increase the tariffs of its fixed monthly subscriptions by 1.05 percent from October 25th. The adjustment is in line with inflation, the company reported in a press release on its website on Friday. Customers will be informed of the change in the coming weeks.
The adjustment relates to the fixed monthly subscription costs for the Internet, cable TV, digital TV, mobile phone and landline telephony. With the price increase Telenet would like to “further improve the quality, stability and security of our products and services”.
While subscription prices go up, other prices stay the same. This applies to the BASE subscriptions, the entertainment packages Play, Play More, Play Sports and the Play Sports Day-Pass, fixed telephony options, the tariffs depending on consumption outside the package for fixed and mobile lines, the installation and activation costs and the social tariff. .
According to Telenet, every customer will be informed personally in the coming weeks.