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Vbox7

VBOX7 is the largest video sharing entertainment website in Bulgaria and, as of September 2009, the most popular Bulgarian website behind the local version of Google.[1] The website has been 100% owned by the Netinfo company since October 2007.[2]

The site was launched on 30 July 2006 when it was visited by only 23 people. As of March 2008 that number has risen to 200,000 and there are more than 9,000 registered visitors.

It became even more popular with the start of the Bulgarian "Music Idol" in February 2008.

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External links

  • vbox7.com
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