The HTML5-based service will offer about 50 live TV channels, including local Azeri services as well as Russian and Turkish channels, available via smart TVs, smartphones and tablets, for AZN7 (€5.80) a month.
The service, which will include an EPG and the ability to record and playback programmes as well as create personal channels, has been launched initially in Sumqayit, the country’s third-largest city, before being made available to residents of the capital, Baku, later in the autumn, according to the reports.
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