Sky Deutschland will incorporate the HD + service into its platform this summer, adding eight new HD channels in the process.
HD + is satellite operator SES Astras commercial HD platform for the German market that broadcasts channels RTL HD, Vox HD, RTL 2 HD, Sat 1 HD, Pro Sieben HD, Kabel Eins HD, Sport 1 HD and Sixx HD. These channels will be available to SkyÂs HD customers free of charge for the first 12 months. From then on customers will be charged Â50 to receive the channels.
Dr Holger EnÃlin, chief officer legal, regulatory and distribution at Sky Deutschland said: “With over one million customers already able to access the fantastic experience of Sky HD, Sky customersÂ excitement for brilliant HDTV image quality is huge. The HD+ agreement allows us to further expand the HD offering for our satellite customers and provides easy access to HD+ with some of the best free TV channels. With this, we present a new dimension of HD entertainment on Sky HD receivers. This underlines once more our goal to offer the best services for our customers – as well as our HD market leadership.”
The agreement will take the total number of HD channels available on SkyÂs platform to 25.â¨
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