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02 Dec 2021

New digital TV service at Crossan CableComm

It’s all change at Crossan CableComm – and its not only the name that has changed. They have launched their new digital TV service at no additional cost to their customers. There are over 60 Channels to choose from.

It’s all change at Crossan CableComm – and its not only the name that has changed. They have launched their new digital TV service at no additional cost to their customers. There are over 60 Channels to choose from.

All customers with a compatible Digital TV or Digital set-top box can avail of this service for the standard cost of €16 per month.

With the CableComm network, there is multi-room viewing as Dad can watch Setanta in the one room, Mum can watch Coronation Street in another room and the Kids can watch Nickelodeon in the Kids room all at the same time for just €16 per month.

For customer convience unlike other network providers, the existing analogue service will remain live over the CableComm network for customers who do not wish to change to digital.

CableComm’s Fibre Powered Broadband service has just gone faster with speeds of 30Mb. They have just completed the upgrade of their network with all customers’ packages increasing in speed (not in price). You can now have broadband packages with prices starting from as low as €25 per month.

“We would like to take this opportunity to thank our loyal customers over the years along with our hardworking staff,” said Brian Crossan.

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