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FoundedApril 2006
ServicesBroadcast television

Cable television
Broadband Internet

Mobile phone
OwnerNethys SA

VOO (/vuː/) is the commercial name of the Belgian cable company, created by the Economic Interest Group (EIG) of Brutélé GIE in (Brussels Region and Charleroi Region) and Association Liégeoise d'Electricité (A.L.E.- Télédis), currently owned by Nethys SA and Brutélé SCRL

Then two companies together bought eight Walloon cable companies (Igeho, Inatel, Intermosane, Seditel, Simogel, Telelux, Interest-Interost et Ideatel), the EIG constitutes today the primary cable operator in Wallonia and a part in the Brussels Region.

It offers mobile telephony using the Telenet network.[3] In November 2021, Orange Belgium is now chosen to take over the company, winning against Telenet. A board meeting of Enodia was held on December 14 to validate or reject the decision of the board of Nethys. Thereafter, it will take several months for Orange Belgium to obtain the approval of the Competition Council and the European Commission,[4] which must announce its decision by December 6, 2022.[5]


  1. ^ "ALE-Télédis et Brutélé deviennent VOO". www.dhnet.be. 30 March 2006. Retrieved 16 October 2019.
  2. ^ "Company contact details - VOO". www.voo.be. Retrieved 16 October 2019.
  3. ^ Andrew McDonald (6 February 2018). "Telenet and VOO agree Belgian MVNO deal". Digital TV Europe.
  4. ^ "Nethys choisit Orange pour le rachat de Voo". Le Soir (in French). 22 November 2021. Retrieved 3 November 2022.
  5. ^ Kabelka, Laura (29 July 2022). "La Commission enquête sur le projet de rachat de VOO et Brutélé par Orange en Belgique". www.euractiv.fr (in French). Retrieved 3 November 2022.

External links[edit]

  • Media related to VOO at Wikimedia Commons