Middle Eastern pay TV operator Qtel has signed up 60,000 subscribers since its launch in 2009.
The pay TV firm has recently rolled out its Moziac TV service via the Qtel Fibre service in Doha. The platform offers a raft of international networks from the US, UK, Australia and India as well as regional Arabic and local Qatari channels.
“In particular, viewers have been attracted to a channel line-up that offers the widest choice of programmes by language and viewing preferences – with more than 200 channels of entertainment including regional and major international sports coverage, movies, lifestyle, education and family entertainment, as well as news from around the world,” the company said in a statement.
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