Kids digital service Hopster has struck a distribution partnership with Telekom Austria’ Croatian unit, A1 Hrvatska, which provides Hopster customers with convergent telecommunication solutions, including mobile, fixed and TV services.
The deal offers A1 postpaid mobile subscribers who are using the A1 Internet protection for children service a free Hopster subscription. Customers will be able to access Hopster’s educational shows, music, games and books via their mobile or tablet for free from the App Store and Google Play.
Hopster offers customers age-appropriate family favourite shows such as Pingu and Ben and Holly. Preschoolers can also view original animated TV series from Hopster Studios which includes science-based show Clever Brenda, Grimm’s Fairy Tales series Two Minute Tales and empathy-focused show Saturday Club.
The ad-free app also features a collection of children’s ebooks, videobooks, audiobooks and favourite nursery rhymes, bedtime lullabies, and learning songs.
Nick Walters, founder and CEO at Hopster said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be partnering with A1 Hrvatska and offering their A1 postpaid mobile customers who are using A1 Internet protection service a free Hopster subscription. We pride ourselves in offering fun, engaging and educational content in a safe, ad-free environment – it’s the perfect platform to amplify our service, our messages and our content to families in Croatia.”
Marija Jakeljić, Director of Brand and Marketing Communications Department at A1 Hrvatska said “With responsible use, the internet provides numerous educational and research opportunities. We are proud that we have been able to offer not only unlimited internet access to our customers but also safety and protection with our child protection app, and with Hopster app we provided educational content as well.”
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