August 27, 2013 10.51 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul

Estonia’s leading cable operator Starman has upgraded its time-shift and catch-up offer.
As a result, digital TV subscribers using “KordusTV” are now able to access use the service for all programmes broadcast over eight days on around 80 channels, rather than the previous nine channels.
The service is available free of charge to all STARbox owners.
Separately, Starman subscribers now have the option of recording content from up to 100 channels contained in the operator’s digital TV packages.
Although they are initially given 25GB of disk space for this purpose, they can increase the capacity to 1TB.