Belgian service provider Proximus is to launch two new TV packages on March 5.
All Stars offers access to an on-demand catalogue of over 400 movies and Belgian and international series. Forthcoming titles include Oscar-winner Parasiteand the fourth season of The Handmaid’s Tale in the coming months.
All Stars also includes Netflix along with a range of thematic channels, ranging from movies and series channels to music, documentary and kids services. The kids offering includes the Studio 100 catalogue, including the Studio 100 app for tablets and smartphones.
All Stars is available for €29.99 per month, a saving of €3.98 on the individual elements.
The second package, All Stars & Sports, includes movies and series, documentaries, music and child-friendly content along with access to Belgian and international football, basketball, cycling, tennis, hockey and other sports.
All Stars & Sports is available for €39.99 euro per month, a saving of €10.97 on the individual elements.
Tuttimus, Familus and Minimus converged package customers benefit from an additional discount of €2 per month for both options.
“We continuously aim to make the most varied content available for our customers on all our platforms, both in our basic offering and via additional options tailored to specific needs. With ‘All Stars’ and ‘All Stars & Sports’ we offer a solution to the often divergent interests within a family and allow the customer to combine flexibly in a financially advantageous way. Thanks to our personalised and user-friendly Proximus Pickx platform, customers can easily find their favourite content on all their screens,” said Jim Casteele, Proximus’s just-appointed chief consumer market officer.
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