Numericable brings DVB-T service to 20 more cities

Friday 22 January 2010 | 10:34 CET | News
French cable operator Numericable has announced that 20 new cities can receive DTT channels through its network's DVB-T provision, writes Degroup News. Eleven of the new locations are in Alsace, where the analogue TV signal is due to be switched off on 2 February. These are Alkirch, Barr, Hunawhir, Molsheim, Oberhaslach, Obernais, Osenbach, Saint-Louis, Selestat, Soufflenheim and Wangenbourg. Elsewhere around the country, DVB-T service is now available to the cabler's customers in Avignon, Bastia, Boredaux, Brest, Cannes, Chateaulin, Grenoble, Nantes and Rennes. Numericable intends to offer

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