The DTH platform Skylink has restructured its HBO offer in both the Czech Republic and Slovakia, reducing the number of packages available from four to two.
This has come alongside a slight reduction in the subscription fee, with the complete set of HBO channels costing CZK40 (€1.6) a month less in the Czech Republic and its euro equivalent less in Slovakia.
As of the beginning of this month, Skylink subscribers can receive HBO Standard, consisting of HBO, HBO2 and HBO Comedy, or HBO MaxPak, which contains HBO HD, HBO2, HBO Comedy and Cinemax (plus HBO) for CZK235 and CZK285 a month respectively in the Czech Republic.
In Slovakia, the new packages cost €8.90 and €10.90 a month respectively, and in both markets there are discounts offered for annual subscriptions.
Skylink, which like its sister service CS Link is owned by the Luxembourg-based M77 Group, is the leading provider of DTH services in both countries.