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Broadband provider Plusnet has been promising to launch a TV service for two years now, but so far, nothing has materialised. But that could be about to change.

A spokesperson took to the YouView community forum to tell fans the service is on its way.

"We can confirm that TV from Plusnet will be launching soon," 'Phil' from Plusnet wrote.

"It will be available exclusively to existing Plusnet Unlimited Fibre customers. These customers can register their interest via the Plusnet member centre here"

'Phil' didn't say which channels the TV service will have, or give any more details on exactly when it will launch.

Plusnet has trialled a TV service before, offering customers BT Sport 1 and 2 and ESPN. Netflix is also available through YouView, so could well be offered by Plusnet too.

The firm currently offers landline and broadband packages. A TV service would give it triple-play status, though it would still be a mobile contract away from the holy grail that is quad-play.

But who knows? If the TV service goes well...


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