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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Vodafone and Filmin join forces: integrated content in the deco and special offer for the operator's customers

Vodafone and Filmin join forces: integrated content in the deco and special offer for the operator's customers

Television is one of the star products of the three main operators in the country. All of them offer football, we will see what happens next season with the highest European competitions, and they have similar channel packages, with the classic film, series, sports, documentary or children's channels. The brand differentiation in the case of Movistar # 0 and its own production series, in Vodafone its agreement with HBO and in Orange the one that it maintains with Netflix.

And in this that an operator ally with an OTT or video service on demand today we have a story. Vodafone has been the company that has bet more on this type of alliances, allowing its customers to access all the content of Netflix and HBO from the same decoder and offering different advantages, and now the turn is for the Spanish Filmin , focused on indie movies.

Filmin arrives at Vodafone with an integration at the height of the video gaming giants Netflix and HBO. The operator's customers can access more than 10,000 titles of the service (including more than 7,000 movies) from the decoder itself and even from devices compatible with the Vodafone TV application.

All the contents of Filmin will be easily accessible from the decoder or Vodafone TV apps
As for the commercial offer, Vodafone offers its Vodafone One TV customers two months of free subscription and a special price of seven euros a month later (eight euros is the usual price), without permanence. The rest of its customers can access the content of Filmin through the decoder or the Vodafone apps, but at the usual price of Filmin. The agreement does not imply that Filmin will have exclusive content on Vodafone and will coexist with the offer of HBO and Vodafone.

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