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Buenos Aires’ Internet provider iPlan has announced investment to expand its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network and launch an IPTV service.

iplan logo 22 feb 2018According to the local telco, during 2018 it will focus on extending the network with an investment of over $25 million. The company intends to end the year with more than 300,000 homes passed in the north of Buenos Aires, tripling the current figures.

As for pay-TV, iPlan intends to launch an IPTV platform in 2019, aiming to complement its offering with triple-play services.

The Buenos Aires telco is the first local player in Argentina to announce its convergent strategy following the new telecom regulation, effective from 1 January 2018.

As a result of the new scenario, the merged Telecom-Cablevisión became the first quad-play provider in the country. In addition, Telefónica and Claro have recently been granted pay-TV licences in some cities.