Liberty Global-owned cable operator UPC Czech Republic is upgrading its network in the towns of Nachod, Chrudim, Mohelnici, Sternberk and Lipnik in the north-eastern part of the country, making its high-speed internet and digital TV services available to a further 15,000 homes from early next month.
The upgrade will bring high-speed internet services with download speeds of up to 300Mbps and its advanced Horizon TV service to residents of the towns.
UPC Czech Republic has upgraded 40,000 homes over the course of this year. Marketing director Jan Kohout said the upgrade programme would continue next year.
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