The planned service, which will be the lone such facility in the country, facilitates broadcasting of the television contents via internet in place of conventional terrestrial transmission, satellite signal or cable television models. The IPTV users will also be able to view television through smartphones and tablets.
Orient has secured the licence around eight months back, but it has not launched the service to date.
Regarding Subisu, one of the major internet service providers of
Subisu has revealed that it will launch the service with 15 channels by March this year.
The company s CEO -
The Chief of
According to her, companies must initiate the service within the stipulated 18-month period from the date of receipt of the licence. Their licences are withdrawn if they become unsuccessful to meet the deadline of one and half year.
Apart from these two firms, the state-run
The NT spokesman - Guna Keshari Pradhan stated, Although the service is in our plan, no concrete decision has been made so far.
The Government of
Orient is tangled in legal logjam, and thus, the company has been unable to launch the service, according to sources at the
Orient, on the other hand, has already received investment from non-Resident Nepalis (NRNs).
We have heard the company is facing legal complication over the repatriation of earning made from here, revealed the source. The company has been permitted for 36 channels, he added.
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