United Communication Service

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United Communication Services Limited
Private
Industry Telecommunications
Founded July 12, 2003; 14 years ago (2003-07-12) in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Headquarters Dhaka, Bangladesh
Services
Number of employees
27

United Communication Services Limited (UCS) is the largest cable operator in Bangladesh. It is a consortium of cable operators and its main coverage area is the metropolitan city of Dhaka. UCS claims to have 45-50% of the cable TV market share in Dhaka, and says its network reaches 70% of the city.[1]

Cable television service[edit]

UCS offers the following 90 analog channels:[1][2]

Bangladesh Television

BTV World

Sangsad Bangladesh Television

Channel i

ATN Bangla

NTV (Bangladesh)

RTV (Bangladesh)

Banglavision

Boishakhi TV

Desh TV

Channel 9 (Bangladesh)

Maasranga Television

Ekushey Television

My TV (Bangladesh)

Mohona TV

SA TV

Asian TV

Deepto TV

Gazi Television

Bijoy tv

Independent Television

Ekattor TV

Somoy TV

Channel 24 (Bangladesh)

ATN News

News24 (Bangladesh)

DBC news

Jamuna TV

Gaan Bangla

Star Jalsha

Zee Bangla

Colors Bangla

DD Bangla

Zee Bangla Cinema

Jalsha Movies

Sangeet Bangla

Star Plus

Zee TV

Colours (TV channel)

Sony Entertainment Television (India)

SAB TV

Life OK

Zindagi (TV channel)

Zee Cinema

Sony MAX

Star Gold

Movies OK

Zee Classic

Zee Action

Sony Wah

Sony MAX 2

Star Movies

HBO

Zee Studio

Warner Bros.

Sony PIX

AXN

Star World

Zee Café

Fox Life

TLC

Discovery Channel

Animal Planet

Nat Geo Wild

National Geographic

Comedy Central

Star Sports 1

Star Sports 2

Star Sports 4

TEN 1

TEN 2

TEN Cricket

Sony SIX

Sony ESPN

BBC News

CNN International

Al Jazeera

RT

NDTV 24x7

Zee News

TV5Monde

ARY Qtv

Saudi Arabia

Geo TV

MTV

9XM

B4U Music

M Tunes HD

Mastiii

VH1

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "About Us". United Communication Services Ltd. Retrieved 4 November 2016. 
  2. ^ "Channel". United Communication Services Ltd. Retrieved 4 November 2016. 

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