By Chris Dziadul
Published: September 30, 2010 09.25 Europe/London
Telekom Slovenije has announced that its latest set-top box has been a resounding success.
Known as the SiOL Box, it was introduced in September and sold to over 2,500 customers in the three weeks, with the number expected to rise to 10,000 by the end of the autumn.
The SiOL Box has a number of advanced features, among them the ability of receive DTT channels as well as the 145 offered by the proprietary IPTV service SiOL TV. It retails for €69, with SiOL TV subscribers being offered the receiver for €49.
Additional features, including a time lapse recorder, media centre, weather and access to Facebook cost an extra €4 a month to SiOL TV subscribers and double the amount to other customers.
Separately, the Slovenian telco has also revealed that its strategy will include a greater focus on Macedonia and Kosovo.
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