New Thai internet TV service becomes home of HBO

Jasmine International-owned Internet service provider Triple T Broadband has launched new internet TV service for Thailand that will serve as the ‘home of HBO’ in the country.

3BB GIGATV offers over 30 channels at launch, including six HBO services, sports and WWE wrestling.

The 3BB GIGATV box will offer HBO Go, which already launched on Triple T Broadband’s mobile service in March.

The service enables viewers to search by voice and watch four simultaneous streams, among other things.

From WarnerMedia, news network CNN International joins entertainment brands HBO, HBO Hits, HBO Signature, HBO Family, Cinemax, Red by HBO, and kids channels Cartoon Network and Boomerang as part of the initial offering

HBO GO, which launched exclusively in Thailand with Triple T Broadband’s 3BB in March, will also be integrated into the 3BB GIGATV Android box.

3BB GIGATV launch offers include a 1 Gbps home broadband together with the TV box. Customers can opt for one of four different packages of varying internet speeds starting from Bt690 per month.

In addition to WarnerMedia apps and channels, the platform also includes the channels Monomax and 3BB Sports – featuring football, WWE wrestling, basketball and sepak takraw – as well as the streaming services Line TV and OKE.

Yasmin Zahid, WarnerMedia’s head of affiliate and B2B distribution in the region, said: “We congratulate Triple T Broadband on the launch of 3BB GIGATV and we’re honoured that our channel brands sit at the heart of its new entertainment package. We have had a great response since the launch of HBO Go to 3BB’s three million or so customers, and this agreement further strengthens our partnership.”

Subhoj Sunyabhisithkul, [resident of Triple T Broadband PCL, said: “Above all else, we want to provide the best entertainment and experience for our customers. With shows like Ridley Scott’s Raised by Wolves and Game of Thrones, as well as the best in news and kids, 3BB GIGATV – powered by WarnerMedia – is great value for all TV fans in Thailand.”

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