Swedish broadband video-on-demand service Voddler has opened the platform up to all 3.5 million broadband households in the country.
A personal invite had been required to access the service, which has 600,000 registered users, but Voddler is now open to anyone that wants to use it. The service offers over 2,000 titles including movies and TV series, of which 1,600 are Free. The remaining 400 titles are available for between SEK27 (2.80) and SEK37.
The service is also opening up to all users in Norway. Users in Finland and Denmark still need an invite.
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23 October 2020 @ 09:29:38 UTC