BELGACOM TO OFFER TOMB RAIDER ONLINE
Copyright 2005 Belgacom Press Release

[ January 12th 2005 ]

Belgian telco Belgacom has upgraded its ADSL service in a move to boost customer numbers. The operator, which already has over one million broadband subscribers, is increasing download speeds across the entire range of ADSL services, except for its ADSL light service, as one of a series of many improvements.

In addition to speed increases Belgacom is making some key changes in terms of its content proposition to consumers. It is launching a web site where users can download such games such as Tomb Raider, gain access to content from the UEFA Champions League and offering users a Music Club where users can compile CDs and watch concerts.

The Belgian ISP is also launching a new metered ADSL service this month, called Belgacom ADSL Time, where customers’ pay for their usage of the Internet based on time online. The service has a low entry cost and is aimed at infrequent users of Internet services.

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