French service provider SFR has launched an Android-based set-top giving access to Google Play services, available to subscribers for €3 a month.
SFR with Google Play will provide users with access to 25 DTT channels, the MyTF1, Pluzz and 6Play catch-up services from the country’s main broadcasters, SFR’s own Club Vidéo VoD service and SFR’s radio portal.
It will also offer Google Play services including voice-enabled search, YouTube, Google Play Movies and Google Play Music.
The box is targeted at SFR users that are not eligible for the company’s existing IPTV service, although it is also available to those that can access the service but would like access to Google Play services. The box can also be used as a second TV decoder.
The Android box will offer a navigation experience integrated with SFR’s existing mosaic-based EPG.
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