Telenor Norway has announced the launch of television services using its 5G fixed wireless access service (FWA). Over the past three years, it has attracted 100,000 home and business customers to its FWA service. Prices start at NOK 899 per month for Wireless Broadband and TV, saving customers at least NOK 179 monthly for the first six months.

After this promotional period, the price is NOK 1,078 per month for the 100 Mbps service, NOK 1,178 for 200 Mbps, NOK 1,238 for 350 Mbps and NOK 1,508 for 600 Mbps. There is no promotional rebate for the gigabit service, which costs NOK 1,658 monthly. Telenor charges no set-up fee for any of the subscriptions as long as the home is already connected to Telenor’s network.

To use Telenor Norway’s FWA service, customers need a compact outdoor antenna. This costs NOK 999 including installation with a twelve-month broadband contract. Without a contract, it costs NOK 4,995. There is a NOK 149 delivery charge, too.

Telenor said Norwegians now watch as much video via streaming as they do linear TV. In 2021, Norwegians used an average of 3.2 streaming services, up from 2.5 in 2019, according to opinion pollsters Kantar.

Telenor Norway provides television and OTT video via its “T-We” service for viewing on their telephone, PC, iPad or other devices. They can use T-We at holiday cabins on television sets via Apple TV or Chromecast.
T-We has 550,000 customers and provides them with more than 140 TV channels and streaming services. The basic package supplies the most popular channels and related archives, as well as 100 points for redemption for other channels and streaming services such as Discovery+, HBO Max, Viaplay and Nordisk Film+

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