Analogue TV to end in Nur-Sultan, Karaganda before year-end

Wednesday 15 September 2021 | 17:03 CET | News
Analogue TV services will be switched off in full in the city of Nur-Sultan and in the Karaganda region by the end of this year, reports Profit.kz. About 14 masts will be built or modernised by 01 December to bring digital services.

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