Ukrainian digital-terrestrial operator Zeonbud’s CEO Viktor Galich expects that the service will have three million users by the end of this month.
Galich said that Zeonbud had set a target of seven million users by the end of 2012. Ukraine has allocated a budget of UAH350 million (€35 million) to subsidise boxes for low-income households this year.
Separately, Ukraine’s National Council for Television and Radio has granted licences to two providers to deliver IPTV services. MakLaut TV has been granted two licences to provide services in Kanev and Cherkassy, while Tenet has been granted a licence for Nikolaev and the southern Odessa region. Both licences are to provide IPTV services for 10 years.
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