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WWIL launches its CAS and digital cable services, Galaxzee

28-December-2006
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WWIL launches its CAS and digital cable services, Galaxzee

Wire and Wireless India Ltd, formerly Siti Cable Network Ltd, has launched its CAS services under the brand name Galaxzee in CAS designated areas of South Delhi, South Mumbai and South Kolkata. WWIL would gradually expand its service to provide triple play voice, video and data under the aegis of Galaxzee.

The set-top boxes (STB) can be obtained by contacting the head office directly or the service can also availed through the WWIL/Siti Cable operators. Galaxzee will also help consumers to select their own bouquets from the varied options provided by WWIL.

J S Kohli, CEO, WWIL, said, “Currently we are offering a basic set-top box. We will offer value services like TV, email, and chat by March 2007. We will also be offering a set-top box with VOIP facility in two months’ time, which will enable one to make calls all over the world.”

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