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Android TV service with Netflix debuts in Greece

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The Greek telco Wind has partnered with Google to launch Wind Vision, the country’s first pay-TV platform with Android TV.

Wind Vision is also the first platform in Greece to integrate Netflix into the user interface.

Its offer also includes over 60 live TV channels including such global networks as Fox; the kids channels Disney, Nickelodeon and BabyTV; documentary channels National Geographic, Viasat History and History; music channels MTV Live HD, Stingray Vibe and iConcerts; fashion channels Fashiontv, World Fashion and Luxe.TV; news networks Bloomberg TV, BBC World News and TV5 Monde; and sports channels Extreme Sports, Ginx and Outdoor Channel. Wind Vision also offers all NovaSports channels.

It is available to all new and existing Wind fixed-line customers under two plans, namely the Family Pack, costing €9.90 a month and offering access to the 60+ live channels and Full Pack, priced at €24.90 a month, which in addition includes the NovaSports channels. Wind Vision customers will for a promotional period also be offered a free three or six month Netflix subscription.

As the first Android TV service in Greece, Wind Vision will also offer seamless access to all Google services including Google Play Movies, popular music apps, YouTube, Google Play Games and over 3,000 apps on Google Play Store. It also introduces viewers to such features as 4K and HDR, an exclusive EPG, multiscreen, on demand(seved day catch-up and restart), turning any smartphone into a remote control and a Bluetooth conection with peripherals.
Commenting on Wind Vision, Nassos Zarkalis, chairman and CEO, Wind Hellas, said: “It’s a unique TV experience.

“We offer our customers a new way to watch TV and video content. Wind Vision brings together a wealth of on demand streaming content, traditional TV channels and user generated video content, in a state-¬?of-¬?the-¬?art video solution, now available on all screens”.

He added: “We are announcing today a key partnership with Netflix, a global entertainment network that offers users a universe of great content. We are proud that Netflix has partnered with Wind Vision in the Greek market, acknowledging the innovation features of our service. We will soon announce more aspects of this strategic partnership”.



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