The move means that Lithuanian internet subscribers will be able to sign up for the service irrespective of who their service provider is.
Interneto.tv has been tried by about 133,000 internet customers to date, according to Teo. About two thirds of Interneto.tv users currently access the service via PCs, with smartphones accounting for 19% and tablets for 14%.
The service initially offered 25 channels, but the choice expanded at the beginning of December with the addition of Kid Zone TV, a kids services targeting four to 14 year-olds.
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