PLDT, Smart ink iWant TV platform deal with ABS-CBN

Tuesday 27 September 2016 | 12:20 CET | News
Philippines mobile operator PLDT Home and Smart Communications have teamed up with media and entertainment company ABS-CBN. The partnership covers ABS-CBN's iWant TV streaming service for TV shows, movies and other exclusive digital content. Under the terms of the deal, PLDT Home and Smart subscribers will soon be able to use their prepaid load or postpaid account to binge-watch and catch up on ABS-CBN shows, blockbuster films and other top-rated content on the iWantv platform on their computers or smart TVs, or on the iWant TV app on their mobile phones and tablets.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: PLDT / Smart Communications
Countries: Philippines
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