By Chris Dziadul
Published: September 21, 2010 09.04 Europe/London
Russia’s VimpelCom has expanded its IPTV service Beeline TV to three more cities.
According to the company, viewers in Voronezh, Tula and Krasnodar can now receive its ‘First’ package, which consists of 80 of the most popular Russian and international channels, six in HD, for R195 (€4.8) a month.
Beeline TV employs Microsoft Mediaroom technology and is already present Moscow and St Petersburg, where it launched in May and December 2009 respectively. At present, Beeline TV has over 60,000 subscribers.
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