Cyfra+

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Cyfra+
Former type Private
Industry Telecommunication
Founded November 16, 1998
Defunct March 21, 2013[1]
Headquarters Warsaw, Poland
Products Direct broadcast satellite
Parent Canal+ Cyfrowy
Website cyfraplus.pl

Cyfra+ [ˌt͡sɨfra ˈplus] was a Polish digital satellite platform, owned and operated by French media company Canal+ ("Cyfra" is Polish for "Digit"). It offered 95 channels. By 2010, Cyfra+ had 1.6 million subscribers. On March 21, 2013, Cyfra+ merged with the competing platform n to form nc+.

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