As of July 1, Delta will increase its prices for internet, TV and fixed telephony via cable. It is striking that no price increases have yet been announced for optical fibre, a market that is currently very competitive.
The cheapest coax subscription with an internet speed of 75Mbit/s will no longer be available from 1 July. For 45 euros, customers will soon receive the basic package with a speed of 150Mbit/s.
The price for a subscription with 300Mbit/s of speed has risen to a total of 53.50 euros. For 400Mbit/s, 60.00 euros must be paid.
Television and telephony are also becoming more expensive. The standard package for television will be increased from 26 to 27.50 euros. Customers who want more than fifty channels will soon pay two euros more per month than before.
Watching ESPN will be a euro more expensive and an HD TV receiver will cost 50 cents more than before.