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Movistar+ has started offering a limited number of 4K set-top boxes (STBs) among its fibre, IPTV subscribers in Spain.

Following the launch of Tigo One TV in Colombia, Millicom has announced plans to deploy the TiVo-based service across Latin America in an effort to accelerate the penetration of cable- and fibre-based services.

Netflix has secured significant advantage through being on cablecos’ EPGs, and as it fights back Amazon Prime Video customers will now able to access the service on set-top-boxes (STBs) and sound boxes equipped with Netgem software with no additional subscription.

Following its recent agreement in Peru to increase Bolivia’s IP connectivity, the Empresa Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (Entel) has revealed ambitious plans to extend its fibre-based services, including IPTV, across the country.

Around 150,000 Israeli households are now subscribing to Cellcom’s TV service, the telecommunications operator has told the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
Finnish telecoms operator Elisa has deployed the Netgem Diamond entertainment software suite to power the new Binge TV service in Estonia, allowing mobile operations to benefit from virtual STB features.

Aiming to boost its fibre-based convergent services, Bolivia’s public telco Entel is to build a fibre network across Peru to reach the Pacific submarine cable.

Réunion-based triple-play operator Zeop, claimed to be the fastest growing company of its type in the Indian Ocean, has turned to Netgem to support the rollout of a 4K/Ultra HD TV service to its customers on the island.