Megacable to launch OTT service on 5 November

Tuesday 15 October 2013 | 16:20 CET | News
Mexico's Megacable will launch an OTT service on 5 November, reports Prensario.net. Initially it will be available only to Megacable customers, but the cable operator plans to expand access in the second half of 2014, according to marketing director Gerald Seifert, speaking at the NexTV Summit Mexico. "The market potential of the new service is our 2.5 million subscribers, but we will focus primarily on users who have contracted the internet package," he said. The service, which was developed with Cisco technology, will compete with Netflix, Claro, Cinepolis Klic and Veo, to be launched by

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Companies: Cisco / Megacable
Countries: Mexico
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