Melita to launch Gigabit broadband, switch off analogue TV

Monday 21 August 2017 | 12:41 CET | News
Melita announced it's getting ready to launch Gigabit internet speeds. The company said this progression will improve streaming experiences across multiple devices in the home via Wi-Fi, significantly speed up large file downloads and uploads, and improve its IPTV service. In addition, Melita will reduce its analogue reception service to six channels, namely TVM, TVM2, Net TV, One TV, Rai 1 and Channel 5, from 5 September. Melita started its transition from analogue to digital just over 10 years ago. At present, it's in the process of transferring the few remaining analogue connections to

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Melita
Countries: Malta
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