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TV2 Free for Existing Boxer Subscribers

Boxer and TV2 have signed a distribution agreement for the DDT-net. This means that subscribers to Boxer will continue to receive TV2 when the channel goes premium in January 2012.
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, November 23, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Boxer will include TV2 paid channel (in Danish the term is Tv2 betalingskanal) in all of the Boxer TV-packages to ensure subscribers continued access to the channel.
"It's great that we have signed the first distribution agreement and that TV2 will remain available to Boxer's customers with aerial reception whether they're watching from their living room or in their summer home and whether the channel is part of a TV-package or purchased separately," says administrative director at TV2, Merete Eldrup.
TV2 will be included in the TV packages Boxer MINI, Boxer MIX, and Boxer MAX.
Subscribers to Boxer FLEX8 can combine TV2 with seven other channels selected from the 22 best and most popular channels available on TV. For the first time ever in Danish TV-history, subscribers will also have the option of purchasing TV2 separately.
"With the agreement we have secured the aerial transmission of TV2 in the new year. Other distributors still can't guarantee TV2 as part of their TV packages, but with Boxer, viewers can be certain that they will continue to receive the channel," explains administrative director at Boxer TV A/S, Steen Ulf Jensen.
TV viewers with aerial reception who wish to receive TV2 from January 2012 should subscribe to Boxer. Viewers can choose between Boxer's four TV packages or select a program card to receive TV2 separately.
Make sure your reception equipment is Boxer-approved. This is your guarantee that everything is in order so you can continue to view TV2 starting January 2012. It is a technical requirement that your TV or transmission box is up to the MPEG4-standard. If you are watching TV with a transmission box, your box already has a built-in card reader. To bring your TV up to standard, acquire a card reader compatible with your TV.
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