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...and some people bought this crap for that promised paytv.Nonge said there are no plans to offer pay TV satellite.
R850+ and 18 channels that, well, sux. No wonder.
...and some people bought this crap for that promised paytv.
Not sure if you're thinking of the right service... there was never a promise of pay TV on OpenView. They've constantly been trying to reassure people that OpenView HD would never become a subscription service.
linkSpeaking to rumours that Platco would launch a pay TV or satellite broadband service, Nonge said that both are possible on the platform they are building.
However, he added that they are trying to emphasise that OpenView HD will remain a brand representing subscription-free services.
There will never be a day where OpenView will suddenly will have a subscription component to it, Nonge said.
He said that such services might use the OpenView box, pointing out that their minimum decoder specification includes a USB port.
However, any subscription service Platco launches in future will not bear the OpenView name, Nonge emphasised.
Asked for more information on their future broadband and pay TV plans, Nonge said that they “aren’t there yet”. Their focus right now is on successfully launching OpenView HD, he said.