Vodafone launches TV service in Ireland

Vodafone are entering the TV market in Ireland for the first time.

The service will cost €40 a month for the company's broadband customers, and Netflix or Setanta Sports can be be included in the standard package (introductory offer for first six months only. Price increases after that for remainder of minimum term).

Ciaran Barrett of Vodafone Ireland said: "This is a significant move for Vodafone in the Irish market, offering a full TV service to our customers for the first time.

"Vodafone TV customers can build their own packages to suit their household needs and enjoy unique features such as Restart TV and Netflix at the touch of a button.

"We’ve listened to our customers to understand what kind of TV service they want and we believe we are delivering great content with an excellent experience that brings convenience and seamless viewing from the home into the hand."

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