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Argentina’s public telco has boosted the country’s connectivity by tripling the fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) core network available to operators.

In a further coming together of the worlds of TV and telecoms in the Middle East region, UAE-based pay-TV operator MBC has inked an IPTV channel carriage deal with regional comms giant Etisalat.

Hispasat has launched its #enREDatupueblo initiative, to award one unconnected town in Spain with a year’s free satellite broadband connectivity.

ESPN is to launch ESPNU and SEC Network in LATAM through a distribution agreement with Mexico’s Totalplay.
French telecommunications company Free has launched a package of Chinese channels in partnership with technology developer Huawei as part of its Freebox IPTV service.

South Korea’s KT Corp is providing its artificial intelligence (AI) home assistant platform to an apartment complex in Busan, introducing what it claims is the world’s first IPTV service featuring AI.

The number of subscribers to South Korea’s IPTV services has reached 14 million, following the introduction of Ultra HD content, according to Yonhap News Agency.
Verizon Communications has announced FiOS Prepaid, which offers triple-play home service with no credit check, no deposit and no annual contract.