DVB-T2 pay TV to launch in MontenegroThursday, July 28th, 2016
Crnogorski Telekom and Radio difuzni centar (RDC) have announced a new pay TV platform for Montenegro. The service, called “TVzaSve”, uses the country’s DVB-T2 digital terrestrial broadcasting network making it available to 97% of households.
The basic package, consisting of 18 channels, is available at a monthly fee of €5. A free set-top box is provided to subscribers.
The offer includes Fox, 24 Kitchen and National Geographic, as well as children’s channel Nickelodeon. For sports fans there is Arenasport1. The most popular regional channels are also included. More channels are expected to be added in October.
Crnogorski Telekom, the biggest telecommunication company in Montenegro, is part of Deutsche Telekom Group through its controlling owner Magyar Telekom.
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