Sky TV comes to Spain - of­fi­cially

Costa Levante News - - NEWS -

By James Parkes SKY HAS of­fi­cially launched its on­line TV plat­form (OTT) in Spain this week.

Es­tab­lished in the UK in the 1990s, Sky has spread to Ger­many (1991) and Italy (2003) plus Ire­land and Aus­tria. Spain is the next in their ex­pan­sion plan. Ini­tially, the OTT ser­vice is an on­line-streaming pack­age with 12 pay-per-view chan­nels in­cluded in its €10-per-month fee, plus films and se­ries on de­mand. As in the case of other providers (Netflix and HBO), the first month is free and there is no com­pul­sory term con­tract.

Sky can be viewed in Spain only with apps for iOS and An­droid via its web­site or buy­ing a Sky TV Box - in which case other Sky chan­nels in­clud­ing Sky News are avail­able via its in­cluded Apps.

The 12 chan­nels are FOX, FOX Life, TNT, His­to­ria, Syfy, Dis­ney Ju­nior, Nick­elodeon, TCM, Comedy Cen­tral, Calle 13, Dis­ney XD and Na­tional Ge­o­graphic.

For full in­for­ma­tion visit (in Span­ish only).

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