SFR first in France with offline VoD, adds OCS Go

box home de sfrFrench service provider SFR has introduced download-based video-on-demand for multiscreen and offline viewing, including offering access to Orange Cinéma Séries’ OCS Go offering.

The new service means that SFR customers with OCS subscriptions can use the OCS Go app to watch content on iOS and Android tablets and smartphones on-demand.

The download functionality is a first for the French market and will enable users to access the Club Vidéo SFR VoD offering either in streaming mode on multiple screens or via download for offline viewing.

Subscribers can use their SFR box to choose Club Vidéo SFR programmes and films, add them without a surcharge to a download playlist, and view them within 48 hours.

The OCS Go service will enable SFR customers with OCS subscriptions to view content on smartphones and tablets, either via streaming or download, for up to 30 days after they air on linear TV.

SFR has also added three new combination packages and a number of international packs to its TV service.

Le Pack Divertissement + Cinéma offers all channels in the Divertissement (Entertainment) bouquet plus the 12 channels in the Cinéma bouquet for €19.99, rather than the €23.99 it would cost to take both packs separately.

Le Pack Divertissement + Tentations includes all entertainment pack channels plus four adult channels for €19.99 instead of €23 for both packs separately, while Le Pack beIN Sports + Sport includes all the channels of the beIN Sports package plus the nine channels of the Sport pack for €15.99 instead of €17.99.

SFR has introduced three international packages. Le Bouquet Musulman offers three Islamic religious channels, including one French service, for €2.99, while Le Bouquet Africabox includes new channel Africabox Séries and costs €4.90 a month. From July 14, SFR will also offer Le Bouquet Océan Indien, including Comoros Islands channel ORTC and Madagascar channel Televiziona Malagasy, for €6.90.

Tags: France, OCS, Orange, SFR

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