SBB launches IPTV service

Wednesday 4 September 2013 | 10:37 CET | News
Serbian cable operator SBB has launched a digital TV service called D3i, based on IPTV technology delivered over a broadband connection. The service is aimed at households not connected to the SBB cable network. Over 100 digital TV channels are available (including in HD), and the service is available with a minimum broadband speed of 4 Mbps. The latest offer from SBB contains nearly all of the services already provided by the cable service D3, such as D3 GO (TV on mobile phones, tablets, computers), the possibility of re-starting TV shows from the beginning or within 72 hours of broadcast,

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Companies: SBB
Countries: Serbia
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