Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Rugby treat for everyone via Setanta Sports on LBN

It's good news for Rugby fans on LBN Cable TV network as the pay television provider has launched Setanta Sports Asia by replacing local channel Max. Setanta Sports has exclusive rights for the the major Rugby events in a calendar year. Unlike the step motherly treatment given by India centric sports channels ESPN, Star Sports, Neo, etc towards Rugby, this channel promises exclusive live action.

Well done LBN by becoming the first & presently the only pay television provider to have Setanta Sports on their network.


Mahen said...

Great now we have got a chance to watch rugby matches

I think LBN has removed NTV(Rupavahini) and Polimar TV in digital connection but in analog connection Polimer TV is working..!!!

AI said...

"As per the Information received from the Management we will be putting the Star Cricket on Basic Channel line up until the Finish of the World cup.

We will inform customers after we put the Channel in the line up. "

Nice :D

star said...

NTV & Polimar Tv are working fine in Digital Mode.

star said...

LBN add VTV & Colors channels.

Thanks to :

star said...


LBN Added new frequencies today:

Frequency No : 394.

4 test channels are added on the frequency.

We can expect some new channels soon.

star said...

LBN has added BBC Entertainment & Cbeebies channels yesterday on their new digital frequency.

Now, Total No. of channels = 110 (with 2 test channels).

Expecting more because new frequency can add another 7 channels.

AR said...

Does LBN has plans to extend their coverage to Colombo 14 (Grandpass). I would like to subscribe to LBN but currently no coverage in Colombo 14.

The website says something about subscriber paying initial cabling cost and it is set off from monthly package fees. Please let me know more details.


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