UPC switches on digital TV in Wexford


17 Jul 2006

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The new parent company of NTL and Chorus in Ireland has introduced digital TV and radio services into Wexford, it emerged today, with some 50 TV and radio channels available.

It is the first time that the company’s customers have been able to receive a digital television service from Chorus.

The service is being launched with an introductory price of €9.99 for the first three months, which will run until the end of August with free installation.

UPC says that the company will be shortly introducing more advanced digital television services such as digital video recorder, high-definition TV and interactive services.

“We have created the ideal digital service for people wanting to experience the benefits of digital TV,” said Mark Coan, marketing and sales director of UPC Ireland.

“With the advancement of digital technology we’re delighted to be in the position to offer customers in the Wexford area a wide range of digital products and services for the first time. We will continue to enhance and develop the digital product adding more convenience, choice and providing great value,” Coan said.

By John Kennedy