The multimedia operator based exclusively in French-speaking Switzerland.
netplus.ch SA, French-speaking Switzerland’s leading provider of multimedia content, is a service company specialised in the field of telecommunications. netplus.ch SA is able to guarantee the delivery of high-quality local services related to internet access, telephone and mobile services and television to over 220,000 customers, whether they live in the middle of the city or in more remote areas.
netplus.ch SA currently includes eleven networks that distribute and market its multimedia products and services, mainly under the BLI BLA BLO and business! brands. The company provides its customers – whether they are individuals or companies – with solutions that are simple, powerful, cost-effective and tailored to their needs.
The members of net+, SEVJ, VOénergies, net+ Léman, SEIC, SEFA, Citycable, net+ FR, SEIC-Télédis, Sinergy, net+ Entremont and OIKEN, form a solid and efficient network of local distributors in the cantons of Fribourg, Valais and Vaud. Their employees make their knowledge of the region and their business know-how available to customers on a daily basis.
“This structure enables us to play a major role in the market, while allowing each shareholding cable network to benefit from autonomy,” says Jean-Albert Ferrez, Chairman of the Board of Directors of netplus.ch SA.
By creating a new structure, the shareholding networks are able to ensure that their customers (according to region) benefit from cable, DSL or fibre-optic connections that are at the cutting edge of technology. The broadband network they provide is unmatched in terms of bandwidth and performance, regardless of where the cable’s outlets are located.
Since its creation in 2004, netplus.ch SA has been constantly improving its offer by adapting to the rapid changes sweeping the telecommunication and multimedia markets. Today, more than 460,000 services are used daily.
As its operational headquarters are located at the Techno-Pôle in Sierre, netplus.ch SA. is also ideally placed to anticipate the latest developments in digital technology. Its 40 employees (which include 28 engineers, the majority being graduates of technical schools located in Valais and French-speaking Switzerland) therefore benefit from all of the synergies and competition that can emerge from a competence centre specialising in information technology and communication.