The service will be rolled out progressively during May and June. Seven-day catch-up viewing will initially be available across the 48 channels with the highest viewing figures. Content can be discovered via search or by tracking back using the EPG.
The move is the latest in a series of enhancements to its advanced TV services by the Czech operator. UPC Czech Republic recently added 43 new channels to its Horizon Go offering, taking the total to 120 including 50 in HD, extended its My Prime video-on-demand library and introduced remote-recording functionality.
Another recent new feature offered by the operator is the ability to stream from mobile devices including Chromecast and Apple TV to the main screen in the home.
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