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Volia restoring Kherson internet/TV services

8 Dec 2022

Ukrainian fixed broadband and pay-TV operator Volia announced on its website on 5 December that it has begun the process of testing restored network services in the recently liberated southern city of Kherson, which was occupied for almost nine months by Russian forces. Volia added: ‘Some subscribers have already received access to TV and internet services. Please note that during the testing period, the services are provided in the mode of promo review (without charging a fee) and without tariffing.’ It also highlighted that due to significant damage the company cannot yet guarantee the full operation of the network, although technicians are ‘trying to do everything possible to restore all damaged lines as soon as possible.’

TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database says that as of end-November 2022 Volia claimed broadband network service coverage (via a mixture of fibre/Ethernet and HFC cable) in 31 Ukrainian cities, compared to 34 cities served in 2021.

Ukraine, Volia (owned by Datagroup)

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