Deutsche Telekom launches TV Everywhere

Germany’s Deutsche Telekom has launched a new TV Everywhere service called ‘Entertain to Go’, which will provide customers with access to 40 linear channels on a range of connected devices for €4.95 per month.

The service includes channels from the main public broadcasters such as ARD, ZDF and 3sat, as well as private channels from networks such as ProSieben, Sat.1, RTL and VOX. Also available is an extensive VOD library.

There is one drawback for customers however – linear channels are currently only available on a home WiFi network. The iPad version of the service is available to download now, with iPhone and Android versions in the works.

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