By Chris Dziadul
Deutsche Telekom is bullish about the prospects for its IPTV service, which, according to Marc Schwarze, the company’s senior manager product – marketing IPTV, should end this year with over 1.5 million subscribers.
Schwarze said the majority of the service’s had cable before and those that could cancelled their cable subscriptions. He also listed a number of USPs that have helped Telekom’s IPTV service grow so quickly. They include the ability to view one channel and record another at the same time; 10 Mpbs upstream with internet access at speeds of 50 Mbps and a huge VOD library consisting of over 10,000, over 1,500 of which are in HD and some in 3D.
When questioned, Schwarze dismissed overdependence on the Bundesliga, which Telekom has exclusive IPTV rights for.
He also said that it is integrating OTT content in special shops and looking to cooperate with content providers.
ضع تعليق باستخدام حساب الفيس بوك
|مواضيع ذات صلة مع Telekom upbeat on IPTV|
|قريبــــــــــا Telekom Srbija بــــــــاقه جديــــــده - باقة Telekom Srbija|
|Sky Deutschland: Upbeat on Bundesliga rights|
|AonTV, Telekom Austria’s IPTV service|
|Croatian telco Optima Telekom has added the channel Classic TV to its IPTV service 'OptiTV'.|
|Deutsche Telekom hoping for sharp uptick in IPTV subs|