Television has never been better. With the advent of HD broadcasts and IPTV (News - Alert) technology, customers are getting access to some very brilliant pictures delivered through very reliable infrastructures. Colba.net Telecom, a telecommunications company in Quebec that provides customers with Internet Protocol television (IPTV) services alongside its other telecom services, just revealed that it will be expanding its television offers within the province.
This reveal came after a decision by the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) that gives Colba.Net Telecom a regional license to provide terrestrial broadcasting within the following parts of Quebec: Drummondville, Gatineau, Montreal, Sherbrooke, Trois-Rivières, and surrounding areas of the province. The license for terrestrial broadcasting distribution undertaking given to Colba.Net is a class one license, which implies certain regulations by the CRTC as to what the company must include in its basic programming, along with many other things that the firm has to comply with in order to be approved.
Joseph Bassili, president and CEO of Colba.Net, said in a statement, "Once again we are thrilled and proud to expand this new IPTV service to new communities in Quebec. Our whole business model, core corporate values, and reputation are based upon offering the best possible products and services at unbeatable prices. We strongly believe that both the industry and consumers stand to greatly benefit from increasing competition in our fast-growing industry sector. By offering IPTV service, Colba.Net is now a player in the big league of telecom providers and cable distributors."
The IPTV service offered by Colba.Net includes a large amount of HD programming in conjunction with some very popular American and Canadian channels. Because of its competitive pricing, this recent expansion is likely to reflect positively on sales data and the company's overall value.
Edited by Jamie Epstein