Liberty Global-owned Belgian cable operator Telenet has launched a new basic digital multiscreen offering, Play, combining its Yelo multiscreen service with its Terugkijk TV seven-day catch-up and startover service, which includes content from 25 channels, for €10 a month.
Terugkijk TV includes content from the major Flemish broadcasters ¬– Een, Canvas, VTM, 2BE, Vier and Vijf – French channels La Une, La Deux, AB3 and niche channels Njam, Studio100 TV and Libelle.
Telenet will make the updated Yelo Play app available for all digital TV customers from December 15, making easier content search and discovery available via tablets and smartphones. A Windows 8 and Widjnos Phone 8 version of the service will launched next spring, adding to the existing Android and iOS versions. At the same time, Terugkijk TV will become available on the Yelo Play app.
A premium version of the service, Play More, will be available for €24.95. Customers with Telenet’s premium Rex and Rio premium packages will qualify for Play automatically.
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