The users of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) broadband in the twin cities will soon get Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) over phone lines. The new services are slated to commence on May 17, the World Telephone Day. "Using Asynchronomous Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) - two plus technology, we are planning to provide IPTV facility by connecting the broadband network to the content server," an official of BSNL told PTI. Apart from the bouquet of TV channels, the other video content will be provided through outsourcing and it would be delivered through content delivery network centre of the service providers through Video on Demand (VOD) facility, he explained. The main server of the triple-player services would be in Bangalore, the first city in south India to have multi-player services through broadband connection. The core routers in Hyderabad would facilitate the service, he said, adding the signals will reach the D-slams in the exchange through the fiber cable. From the D-slams, the signals will reach the consumer through two pairs of copper cables. The splitter at the consumer end will divide the signals into three parts. "Consumer's type-4 modem has four output ports, one for telephone, another for broadband and the third port for cable TV signal," the BSNL official said. A set-top box is to be installed, connecting modem for IPTV. The telephone cable in the modem is connected to phone, broadband cable to the LAN card of the computer, he said.