The price of Ziggo subscriptions is going up

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Ziggo has announced a price increase for some of its customers.

This concerns an inflation correction for Ziggo customers who take out a new subscription, make a change or extend their contract from April. An internet subscription will become more expensive by a maximum of 1 euro per month, 0.50 euros for television and 0.50 euros for telephony. In addition to these bundles, Volop Calling will increase by 0.55 euros.

The provider says that it has not yet announced a price increase for all other customers. As soon as that happens, they will be ‘personally informed by email or a notification on the invoice’, Ziggo told Bright.

Inflation correction

Ziggo says it has based the price increase on the inflation rate of the Central Bureau of Statistics. This has been set at 3.8 percent for the entire year of 2023.

“We keep the inflation adjustment on our prices as limited as possible,” said the Ziggo spokesperson. “That is why the bundle prices for new customers – or for customers who switch to a new subscription – change by an average of 2.5 percent. That is a lot lower than the 3.8 percent.”

Terminate contract?

In the event of a price increase, you can usually terminate your subscription free of charge before the end of your contract, but with inflation adjustment this is not the case. This is included in the general terms and conditions.

Read more about Ziggo, or stay informed via the Bright Newsletter.


The article is in Dutch

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