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Pÿur: Tele-Columbus Group gives itself new names

Thursday, August 31st, 2017 | Gadgets

The TV cable network operators Tele Columbus names itself in Pÿur, pronounced like the English Pure. This was announced by the company on 31 August 2017. The brands Tele Columbus, Primacom, HL Komm or Cablesurf would disappear in the coming months.

Apart from the name the tariffs and conditions are also to change greatly. "We are just as annoyed by the many small print that is common in our industry, so we can get it as far as possible," said Tobias Schmidt, Chief Marketing Officer. At the heart of it are "monthly tariffs and pure Internet products".
Boss goes: New boss wants to catch up
From October, the Pÿur brand will be located in the regions of Tele Columbus and Primacom in North, West and East Germany. The Pepcom Group with the Cablesurf brand and its subsidiary KMS will become Pÿur as of the first quarter of 2018, as is the business segment HL Komm. The company's legal companies and legal relationships will continue to exist, and the name of the listed Tele Columbus as a holding company will change as a result of the launch of the brand Not.
The head of the third-largest TV cable network operator, Ronny Verhelst, had announced to leave the company. Timm Degenhardt (48), who comes from the Swiss telecommunication provider Sunrise, takes his succession. "Especially in the German market it is important to catch up with many media and technology developments that are already self-evident," said Degenhardt.
Tele Columbus is the only large cable network operator in Germany, behind which no world group is located: Kabel Deutschland is part of Vodafone, Unitymedia belongs to Liberty Global.


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