The Australian subsidiary of Primus Telecom has confirmed that it is in talks with local white label IPTV service FetchTV, but is "not in a rush" to become the latter's latest customer, according to reports in local newspaper The Australian.
Ravi Bhatia, CEO of Primus Telecom, is quoted as saying: "We've had discussions [with FetchTV]. We're not close to signing". He is also reported as saying that while FetchTV offers a good product, he has doubts that the consumer proposition is strong enough: "The fundamental issue is that I think the product from a consumer point of view is still evolving,'' he said. "From what I've seen the numbers (of people signing up) have not been large.''
FetchTV is a "pure" IPTV service that offers the full range of free-to-air digital channels, twenty leading subscription channels, including six video-on-demand channels, thirty movies every month, access to new-release pay-per-view movies, five specialty subscription channels, and interactive applications and games. So far three Australian ISPs have signed carriage deals with FetchTV: iiNet, Internode and Adam Internet.
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