Also noted: BSNL to launch IPTV in Lucknow

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Managing Director, Kuldeep Goel, said the Indian telco will launch IPTV service in the city of Lucknow by the end of the current financial year. "We are already in the process of having an agreement with various franchisee for providing the facility in Lucknow," said Goel. IPTV has already been introduced by BSNL in cities such as Bangalore, Pune and Kolkata. In total, around 98 Indian cities have been identified as future locations for the service.

Source: IpTV News

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