My Broadband TV sets Q2 North American launch

After an 18-month run up, New Jersey-based My Broadband TV says it plans to launch IPTV service in North America by the second quarter.
 
"My Broadband TV spells outstanding value for consumers, offering not only state-of-the-art, user-friendly technology, but content delivered in a compelling format at an unbeatable price, billed only for what you select," says CEO Daniel Shah. "Its advantages include a lower cost base, a wide choice of content, easy set-up, and better signal quality, which allow us to pass on extraordinary value and service to customers nationwide."
 
The budding IPTV service provider it touting easy-to-install STBs that run between $100 and $200 depending on the features and says it will deliver unlimited mainstream and international television channels and radio channels, web browsing, telephony using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) for local and long-distance calling, combined with video conferencing, gaming, secure electronic payment transactions, Video on Demand, Pay-Per-View, and live events. It also serves as a personal digital video recorder (DVR), plays CDs and DVDs, allows instant personal messaging and instant chat capability, and has HD Home Theater, music box, electronic program guide, and Now / Next program navigation.

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