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Live stream introduced for local radio and TV

Maldivian company Net Solutions has introduced free live stream of local television channels and radio stations.

Live streams of MNBC One, Youth TV, Villa TV, DhiTV as well as Raajje Radio and Raajje FM is available on the site.

While the service is free of charge anywhere in the Maldives, a fee will be charged for streaming outside the country.

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One Comment on "Live stream introduced for local radio and TV"

  1. Liusha on Tue, 7th Feb 2012 4:22 AM 

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