TNTop enriches low pay DTT offer | News | Rapid TV News
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Presented by Charles Bornot, General Director of Vest@vision, new low-cost French pay-DTT operator TNTop will be launched in mid-May.

Vest@vision is majority owned by Top Up TV, already a pay-DTT operator in the UK.

Available to people who have no access to cable or IPTV, the new offer, whose cost fee has been fixed at €8 each month, will give acess to the seven pay-DTT channels that consist of Eurosport, Planète, LCI, Canal J, Paris Première, TF6 and AB1. It will also  include the 18 free channels as well as the new coming HD channels and users will be also able to subscribe to TPS Star and Canal+ with the same smart card for €19 each month. Viewers will have to buy a €100 Mpeg-4 receiver from Sagem Communications, that integrates Viaccess 3.0 encryption.

Vest@vision is targeting 100,000 subscribers by the end of 2008 and 500,000 by 2012.

TNTop will be the second low-cost pay-DTT operator in France after the launch last year of TV Numéric. Canal+ also offers DTT pay services.