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Belgacom catches-up with TV Replay

Belgacom have announced a new service called TV Replay, which allows Belgacom TV customers to watch programs up to 36 hours after they’ve been broadcast, on their TV, computer, tablet or smartphone. In the first phase, TV Replay will offer six channels, and on 15 April seven other channels will be added.

Following a successful four-month test period with 10,000 Dutch-speaking Belgacom TV customers, Belgacom is launching TV Replay in Flanders and Brussels on 17 February. With this new service, Belgacom TV viewers can watch TV programs up to 36 hours after they’ve been broadcast, on their TV, computer, smartphone or tablet.

Belgacom is the first to launch such a product on the digital TV market in Belgium, in cooperation with the channels. Belgacom is launching TV Replay in two versions:

  • TV Replay, which allows viewers to watch programs broadcast in the past 36 hours (3 euro per month).
  • TV Replay+, which allows viewers not only to watch programs broadcast in the past 36 hours, but also to fast-forward the chosen program (7 euro per month).

Subscribers who opt for TV Replay/TV Replay+ from now until 15 April can enjoy this new service free of charge for two months.

In the first phase, which starts on 17 February, the TV Replay offer will consist of six channels (één, één HD, Canvas, Canvas HD, Ketnet/OP12, VIER, VIER HD, Belgacom 11, Belgacom 11+, and Belgacom 5) and viewers will be able to watch the programs of these channels not only on their TV, but also on their computer, smartphone or tablet via TV Everywhere.

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