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Belarus to launch paid DTT service

Monday 21 January 2013 | 13:08 CET | News
Commercial digital terrestrial TV services are planned to launch in Belarus at the end of the first quarter. A total 28 TV channels will be offered as paid services. The services will be launched in the Minsk region in the initial stage and expand to other areas in the second half of the year and in early 2014. The first digital multiplex in Belarus already offers seven free channels.

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Countries: Belarus
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