Telenet, the largest provider of cable broadband services in Belgium has launched what it calls as 'the first genuine all-in' quadplay package, dubbed as WIGO for families and businesses. The Liberty Global-backed company said that it is responding to changes in behaviour amongst its customers, who are permanently connected wherever they are and no longer tend to differentiate between fixed and mobile services.
Early this year, Telenet acquired the Base company resulting in it owning a complete nationwide mobile network alongside its cable network in Flanders.
WIGO allows every user to make unlimited national mobile and landline calls, watch TV on any screen, and surf the internet. Wigo comes in three flavors: 2GB, 5GB and 10GB of mobile data that is bundled with unlimited calls to fixed and mobile lines in Belgium and unlimited texting, fixed Internet with 200 Mbps download and 20 Mbps upload and digital TV subscription. Wigo user with 2GB gets a fixed internet limit of 200 GB, while users with 5 GB and 10 GB plans get unlimited usage (subjected to fair use policy). Wigo with 2GB lets users to distribute data over up to 2 SIM cards while 5GB and 10 GB plans allow sharing up to 5 SIM cards.