Polish cableco Vectra, which is the country’s second largest cable TV operator behind UPC, has enlarged its footprint through the acquisition of rival ISP Limes, according to a report from Telko.in. Limes operates in the tri-city area of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot, offering packages of fibre-based broadband services with download speeds up to 240Mbps, as well as IPTV and voice telephony. Limes targets both residential and business users over its 800km infrastructure which has been deployed mainly in Gdansk but also in parts of Gdynia. The financial details of the transaction have not been disclosed. Gdynia-based Vectra has cable networks in approximately 200 cities, serving an estimated 560,000 broadband subscribers at the end of September 2016.