Mexico's Axtel to expand TV content to mobile devices

Tuesday 18 March 2014 | 22:14 CET | News
After signing up over 61,000 customers for its Axtel TV service in the first year of operations, Mexico's Axtel is seeking strategic partnerships to deliver content outside TV, reports El Financiero. The company has already taken the first steps by partnering with apps for mobile phones, laptops or computers, such as ESPN Play, Fox Play and Movie City Play, so that Axtel TV subscribers can access content from these channels.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Axtel / ESPN / Fox Channels Benelux
Countries: Mexico
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