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Vodafone Spain introduces 4K decoder

Vodafone has begun to market a new 4K capable TV decoder. The xDSL receiver is the first on the Spanish market.

It makes its debut alongside four channels that showcase the Ultra HD format; Festival Fun Box 4K UHD; Slow Channel and Insight TV.

Customers on Vodafone Spain’s fibre service will also be able to enjoy content from Netflix that’s distributed in the 4K format.

The hybrid receiver also has an integrated digital tuner.

In all the Vodafone service has 120 channels, around half in the HD format.

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Vodafone to promote Netflix launch in Italy

Netflix and Vodafone Italia have announced a partnership and an agreement to promote the video streaming service in Italy when it launches in October. As part of the deal, Vodafone will introduce several exclusive promotional offers that will include Netflix subscriptions with the purchase of fibre or 4G services, said the companies in a joint statement. In addition, Vodafone will make it easy for Italians to sign up and pay for their monthly Netflix subscription through their Vodafone invoice. Read the rest of this entry »

Vodafone first to offer Netflix on a TV service in Spain

Vodafone Spain announced an agreement that will bring Netflix, the world’s leading Internet TV network, onto a Spanish TV platform for the first time.

Using the Netflix app, Vodafone TV homes will be able to watch a broad variety of series, films documentaries and kids titles through their set–top box. Netflix will be available through Vodafone TV when Netflix launches in Spain in October. Read the rest of this entry »

Vodafone: Ultra HD and 200Mbps for Germany

Vodafone Deutschland will double the highest internet speed offered by its cable subsidiary Kabel Deutschland to 200Mbps in November 2014.

Around 1.8 million households will be able to use the new high-speed service by March 31, 2015. Six months later, the figure is to grow to almost 3 million households. The first 200Mbps cities will include Koblenz, Saarbrücken and Wilhelmshaven.

The 200Mbps subscription which will offer 12Mbps for downloads will cost €20 per month more than the 100Mbps service (currently €39.90 per month).

In December 2013, Kabel Deutschland launched a 200Mbps test run in Mainz. The experiences made in the city were very positive, according to the cable company, thereby affirming it to widely roll out 200Mbps across its coverage area.

This autumn, Vodafone wants to launch a bundle offering combining its fixed-line and mobile networks: Depending on the infrastructure available, customers will surf via cable network or LTE with up to 100Mbps. The included mobile data volume amounts to 1.5GB.

The all-in-one subscription which will also contain unlimited domestic telephone calls and SMS messages will cost €59 per month in the first 12 months and €79 per month afterwards.

In the first half of 2015, Vodafone wants to introduce Germany’s first Ultra HD set-top-box. The 4K device developed in conjunction with technology companies Broadcom, Cisco and Sagemcom will form the basis for all TV receivers offered by Vodafone and Kabel Deutschland in future.

The Ultra HD box which will contain middleware Videoscape MediaHighway and encryption system Videoscape VideoGuard from Cisco will initially be offered to Vodafone’s IPTV customers. The customers of Kabel Deutschland will in future also be provided with Ultra HD content and corresponding reception devices, according to Vodafone.

Source: broadbandtvnews.com

 

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