Russia’s leading cable operator NCN has almost completed the construction of a broadband network in the capital, Moscow.
AKTR and Vedomosti report that as a result it should be able to provide digital TV and internet services to 3 million subscribers.
These subscribers are already able to receive 40 TV channels for R125 (€2.95) a month, including VAT.
Furthermore, NCN launched a digital TV service in Moscow that has to date secured 2,000 subscribers. Consisting of 100 channels, it costs R250 a month, including VAT.
NCN’s broadband internet service meanwhile has around 130,000 subscribers and costs R428 a month, including VAT.