Virgin telco adds LaLiga Smartbank and movie channels to TV offering

Virgin telco, the rest-of-Spain service provider brand launched by northern Spanish cable group Euskaltel but now owned by MásMóvil, has added second-tier Spanish football LaLiga Smartbank to its TV line-up.

The LaLiga Smartbank tournament will be available on channel 72 of the Virgin telco TV line-up as part of a new TV Premium Extra package.

In addition to broadcasting all games from the second division via the LaLiga Smartbank channel, Virgin telco will also offer its customers access to multiple matches that occur at the same time via the LaLiga Smartbank TV Multi 2 and Multi 3 channels on channels 150 and 151 of its EPG.

The move means that Virgin telco TV customers can now watch a line-up of football that includes both LaLiga Smartbank and top-tier league LaLiga Santander as well as motorsports, tennis, basketball and boxing.

The new content comes thanks to Agile TV, MásMóvil’s TV service provider, and an agreement with streamer DAZN, which provides access five matches per match day over 35 matchdays of LaLiga Santander, as well as international football competitions the (Premier League, UWCL, Copa Libertadores, Copa Sudamericana, FA Cup and MLS.

Other content from the DAZN deal includes MotoGP, Moto2 y Moto3, F1, Turkish Airlines EuroLeague and fixtures from Matchroom Boxing).

In addition to LaLiga Smartbank, Virgin telco has boosted the TV Premium Extra package with the inclusion of two movie channels – Cines Verdi TV and Cine Feel Good Verdi TV.

Moves are available on-demand via channel 34 for Cines Verdi TV and channel35 for Cine Feel Good Verdi TV.

“In Virgin telco we want our customers to have access to all quality TV content and thus to be the most satisfied in the market. We are very happy to be able to offer our customer the best sporting content, now including in our line-up football from the LaLiga Smartbank second division, as part of our new TV Premium Extra package,” said Jocobo Gálvez, marketing director for MásMóvil and Virgin telco.

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