Polish cable operator Vectra has launched a new video-on-demand service giving access to movies and shows.
Subscribers in the city of Elbląg in northern Poland will be first to be given access to the new service, with Olsztyn, Radom, Warsaw to follow.
The service will give access to a range of programming at no extra charge depending on the package of channels subscribers have signed up for. FilmGO, SuperFilmGO and VIP subscrbers will have access to HBO On Demand. Other titles will be available on a transactional basis, with prices ranging from PLN6 (€1.40) for older movies to PLN11 for new titles.
Vectra has signed deals with Warner Bros and Disney, with more titles to follow, according to Alexander Kozłowska, head of product development at Vectra.
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