the Wave of price increases continues to wash over the Danish households, which continue to subscribe to the tv packages.
The last few days, potentially up against the good of 100,000 households received the message that they suffer the same fate as hundreds of thousands of other danes: They should have more money out of your pocket, when 2019 becomes 2020.
This is the annual priskarrusel for tv customers, one company after another raise the prices, to reach its climax.
Waoo and Stofa announced already in september and October, that their customers were going to their pockets and pay more to see the tv from the 1. January 2020.
Then came the Boxer on prisstignings-the carousel and heralded 70-80.000 households rising prices.
a week later joined the Canal Digital as on the pitch with a burst increases to a sample of customers.
Now it is the turn then come to one of the absolute biggest players in the tv market.
It is Viasat, which has given notice of their customers, that the three tv packages that are in the catalog, are rising in price.
At Viasat is it the three fixed packages, which are rising in price.
at the same time informs Viasat, the prices of additional products will not increase.
Viasat has up against the 120,000 tv customers in Denmark.
Thus it is overall good 900.000 households distributed in five television service providers, which have now been served notice that their tv package is increasing in price from the beginning of the year.
En B. T. asks Viasat to why customers should have more money out of his pocket, reads it entirely cash and short email replies:
'We adjust our prices in line with that the prices of the tv channels and content rises.'
Viasats alerts means that the big seen throughout the tv market now has reported the prices out for next year.
Most remarkably, perhaps, to Denmark's largest tv provider, YouSee, has given notice of price increases.
this is The first time in nine years, that they keep the prices in the ro.
in turn, disappears all of Discovery Network's 11 channels from the packages.
They will be replaced, among others, by a large number of channels from C More.Updated Date: 02 December 2019, 17:00