The company has signed distribution deals with Play in Poland and Telenor in Bulgaria to distribute the app.
The Nickelodeon Play app is available on iOS and Android through their respective app stores.
Polish customers are able to watch premium content as part of the Play 360 package or as a standalone PLN19.90 (€4.67) a month subscription.
In Bulgaria, the app will be available for Telenor customers as a part of the new Total+ tariff plans from BGN31.99 (€16.36). The service will be free for the first 12 months of the 24 month contract, and then BGN4.99 (€2.55) per month.
Nickelodeon Play offers more than 200 full-length episodes, 120 original short videos and over 20 games, in a child-friendly package
Gábor Harsányi, VP, general manager, Viacom CEEI, said: “Following its launch in Serbia and Montenegro last autumn, we’re delighted to rollout the Nickelodeon Play app in Poland and Bulgaria, giving mobile customers access to a full content experience, as part of our strategy to provide greater choice and flexibility on digital platforms.”
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