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NovTel introduces IPTV services

Monday 6 March 2017 | 17:10 CET | News
Russian regional operator ISP Nov-Tel has introduced to its customers a new IPTV service. The offer contains 99 TV-channels, including six HDTV-channels. Customers using smart-TV-sets don't need set-top boxes in order to access the service while for holders of TV-sets that need set-top boxes, prices will be at RUB 4,100. The operator is also offering a device supporting Wi-Fi for RUB 4,600. The IPTV service can also be used over PCs by downloading the IPTV Player application.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Countries: Russian Federation
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