Yes TV teams up with BT

Yes TV teams up with BT

Yes TV and BT are to pilot a video-on-demand, internet and e-mail service in households in Hammersmith and Chiswick.

Over 400 homes will take part in the scheme by having their televisions connected to ADSL phone lines. Subscribers are offered a choice of two deals: the Entertainment Package for £20 a month, or the Starter Package for £15 a month. Both offer unlimited e-mail and internet access.

The project is due to run until the end of September at the earliest.

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