Belgacom launches TV Everywhere

Belgacom has launched a comprehensive TV Everywhere offer

Belgacom will formally launch a comprehensive TV Everywhere offer next month

Belgian telco Belgacom will launch a TV Everywhere service called ‘TV Partout/TV Overal’ at the beginning of next month, enabling subscribers to watch TV both at home and on the go, on a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone.

The telco has been offering a trial version of the service since July 2011, during which time it has fine-tuned the service and expanded the offering from 14 to over 30 channels.

The TV Everywhere service will be included for no additional charge within the Maxi Pack of its managed IPTV service ‘Belgacom TV’, and subscribers who do not receive this pack can access the service for €4.95 per month.

Channels available are: één, Canvas, Ketnet, vtm, 2BE, vtmKzoom, VT4, VIJFtv, Vitaya, Acht, Eurosport, anne, JIM, Nickelodeon Junior, Euronews, Belgacom Zoom, RTL-TVI, Club RTL, Plug RTL, AB3, AB4, France 2, France 3, France 4, France 5, Trace Urban, LCI, MCM Pop, Tiji, Canal J and Belgacom 5.

With TV Partout/TV Overal, customers can also watch football and basketball: every weekend, one match of the Jupiler League, in average 2 matches from the Belgacom League (Division 2) and as from October the best of the Belgian basketball matches. Customers with the Belgacom 11+ football subscription can also watch the matches and programs from Belgacom 11+ via TV Partout/TV Overal.

Belgian telco Belgacom had reached 1.301mn subscribers for its managed IPTV service ‘Belgacom TV’ by the end of the second quarter of this year, having added 48,000 subscribers in the three month period.

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