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Portugal Telecom transforms Meo Box in games console

Friday 5 September 2014 | 17:04 CET | News
Portugal Telecom's Meo has launched Meo Jogos na TV, combining gaming with the entertainment experience delivered by the TV screen. Meo Jogos transforms the MeoBox, an Arris set-top box, into a game console and is available for both fibre and ADSL customers. Meo Jogos is the result of a strategic partnership with Playcast Media and works over streaming from servers installed in the PT data centre. Meo customers have at their disposal a package of eight free games and can subscribe to additional packages.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Arris / Meo / Playcast Media / Portugal Telecom / PT
Countries: Portugal
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