Government grants Yes VOD license

Communications Minister Ariel Atias has given the green light to satellite company Yes to conduct technology tests to offer video on demand through parent company Bezeq's network.

By AVI KRAWITZ
September 4, 2006 10:05

 
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Communications Minister Ariel Atias has given the green light to satellite company Yes to conduct technology tests to offer video on demand through parent company Bezeq's network. The one-year license will allow Yes to conduct the trials on 500 participants in 10 Bezeq centers in the center and periphery of the country. The Communications Ministry said the tests would emphasize that the equipment would not cause damage or interfere with the subscribers Bezeq telephone and high speed Internet (ADSL) service.


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