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Czech telco Cesky Bezdrat inks deal with CETIN to offer IPTV

21 Feb 2018

Czech wireless broadband company Cesky Bezdrat says it has signed a wholesale deal with the country’s independent national infrastructure provider Ceska telekomunikacni infrastruktura (CETIN) to offer its customers IPTV services over the latter’s network. The telco says the deal will allow it to offer 150 TV channels, with company director Petr Benisek noting that the extended collaboration will enable Cesky Bezdrat ‘to establish up to four million new EriTV Internet TV connections across the Czech Republic’. The broadband provider says IPTV can be bundled with internet access with download speeds of 50Mbps, 100Mbps or 250Mbps to suit the end user’s needs.

Czech Republic, Cesky Bezdrat (Eri), O2 Czech Republic (incl. CETIN)

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