Polish cable operator Vectra has launched a DVR service.
The cabler has today introduced a 320GB high-definition DVR that enables up to 70 hours of content to be recorded in HD and 180 hours in standard-definition. Subscribers can take the service by paying an activation fee of PLN175 (43) and a monthly fee of between PLN19.90 and PLN5.90 depending on the package. Vectra is offering its customers the chance to trial the service for two months without paying the activation fee.
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