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N (Poland)

n
Private
Industry Telecommunication
Founded October 12, 2006
Defunct March 21, 2013[1]
Headquarters Warsaw, Poland
Key people
Markus Tellenbach
Products Direct-broadcast satellite
Parent ITI Neovision
Slogan Telewizja nowej generacji
Website n.pl
Footnotes / references
n was replaced to form nc+

n was a Polish DTH platform. It was launched on October 12, 2006 and owned by ITI Neovision. On December 31, 2011 the company had reached 929,000 subscribers.[2] In March 21, 2013, n was merged with Cyfra+ to form nc+.

Contents

  • Channels 1
  • Channels produced by n 2
  • VOD 3
  • Set-top boxes 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Channels

There are currently 99 encrypted channels (6 in foreign language), 23 free-to-air channels in Polish language, 34 HDTV channels, and 1 3D channel.

Channels produced by n

VOD

Set-top boxes

As for 2012 n offers four set-top boxes to their subscribers. Most notably, it is the only DTH platform in Poland that doesn't provide CI modules to use with generic DVB-S2 receivers.

Name HD EPG PVR VOD HDD Internet access (nPortal) Internet Radio Games Multiroom
nBox HDTV recorder Y Y Y Y Y (250 GB) Y Y N N
nBox HDTV recorder Turbo Y Y Y Y Y (500 GB) Y Y Y Y (Master)
nBox HDTV recorder Monsterbox Y Y Y Y Y (1 TB) Y Y Y Y (Master)
nBox HDTV (ADB 2850ST) Y Y Y (PVR Ready) Y (by Master) Y (USB option) Y Y N Y (Slave)

References

  1. ^ "Start platformy nC+ 21 marca! Jakie zmiany w pakiecie Canal+? (wideo)". Media2. Retrieved 2013-03-09. 
  2. ^ "Platforma "n": Wzrost do 929 tys. abonentów" (in Polish). Media2. February 15, 2012. 

External links

  • Official website (Polish)
  • Official Internet forum (Polish)
  • Channel and transponder list
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