Wednesday, April 25, 2007

New IPTV platform in Malaysia

Just log onto the website with a broadband-enabled personal computer or a 3G cellphone in order to get the live streaming and video-on-demand programmes. We will be able to watch programmes from Indonesia and China, as well as local channels. Local channels available are TV3, ntv7, 8TV and TV9 while the foreign channels are Indonesia's Metro TV and China's Dragon TV.

The service is FREE until June, after which BDM would charge local customers RM10 a month while overseas subscribers will have to pay US$5 (RM17).

So sign up now & experience it for free for a limited time. I've tried watching it from my office PC, the connection is fast & smooth, not sure if it'll be the same with my streamyx at home though :)

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