Sunday 26 September 2021

ICE Unveils Digital TV

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On Wednesday the state telecom, ICE, joins competition with cable companies for Digital TV customers.

ICE’s system, under the Kolbi, brand works through IPTV technology, providing 100% digital image and sound.

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According to ICE’s director of Business Information, Edison González, KOLBI TV is available in every community in the country, subject to technical analysis to assess its commercial viability.

ICE offers customers two monthly plans: Advanced Plan for US$32.50 and HD Advanced Plan of US$40.

The Avdanced Plan comes with 87 digital channels and 11 pay per view, the HD Advanced adds seven more digital channels and 49 audio channels, including five national radio stations.

To sign up for the service, visit any ICE agency or call 1115 or visit their website at

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