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QCOSTARICA – Costa Rica’s Cabletica started offering wireless TV through its PlusTV brand, in addition to the service via coaxial cable, reports La Republica.

The pay-TV operator  is entering a market in the country already dominated by Claro TV, Quality and Tigo with their satellite TV offers.

The basic service is being offered at the introduction price of ¢10,500 (US$19.80) monthly/television set for the first 12 months, with a grid of 54 channels including movies, series, sports, music, news, documentaries, and others.

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Among the advantages that PlusTV touts on its website is easy installation as it requires a small antenna and digital box, and the signal is not adversely affected by inclement weather, as with satellite television.

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This media tried to discuss this with Andres Nicolas, manager Cabletica, but did not respond to messages or emails sent.

 

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