The new TV app will give users access to a free package of over 50 channels, while a premium version will give access to over 70 channels for €9.99 a month, including 30 in HD.
The operator highlighted that, in addition to mobile viewing via the Android and iOS paltforms, the service can be viewed on TV via Google Chromecast and Apple AirPlay, meaning that subscribers can see it as an alternative to more expensive cable and satellite pay TV services.
Channels in the free package include public channels Das Erste, the ARD-backed national channel, ARD regional services, ZDF and Sport 1. The premium service includes ProSieben, Sat.1, RTL and other channels.
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