The service, which allows users to watch TV on a PC, Mac, laptop, tablet or smartphone, already offers één, Canvas, Ketnet/OP 12, vtm, 2BE, vtmKzoom, Vier, VIJF, Vitaya, Acht, Eurosport, anne, JIM, Nickelodeon Junior, Euronews, Belgacom 11+/Zoom, Belgacom 5, RTL-TVI, Club RTL, Plug RTL, AB3, AB4, France 2, France 3, France 4, France 5, LCI, MCM Pop, Tiji and Canal J as well as football and basketball matches.
Belgacom said its TV everywhere application had now been downloaded over 400,000 times. The full service is available for €4.95 a month, but users can access the Belgacom TV guide and programme recordings remotely free of charge.
Separately, Belgacom has said it will add German-language channel RTL to its line-up and has denied rumours that it has withdrawn German public channels ARD and ZDF. Belgacom said it hoped a deal could be struck to keep both channels on its line-up.