11.36 Europe/London, July 26, 2011 By Chris Dziadul
The leading Serbian cable and DTH operator Serbia Broadband (SBB) has added a new internet service to its offer.
Known as SBB Zone, it allows all SBB flat post-paid internet subscribers to access the web outside their homes at their convenience.
Although the service will initially be available in Belgrade and Vrnjacka Banja, it will be expanded to Pancevo, Zrenjanin and Kragujevac later this summer and subsequently to the rest of Serbia.
SBB aims to launch new internet services by the end of the year, allowing subscribers to access their favourite content on line no matter where they are.
SBB is backed by Mid Europa Partners (MEP) and its interests include the pan-regional DTH platform Total TV.