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Sky Online launches mobile app

Monday 1 December 2014 | 11:17 CET | News
Sky's internet TV service Sky Online has launched an app for Samsung Smart TV models (from 2014) in Germany and Austria. For EUR 9.99, the Sky Starter package offers a range of pay-TV channels as well as the complete Snap programming catalogue. For EUR 19.99 the Sky Film package offers an extensive catalogue of first broadcasts and TV series. In addition, customers with either of these packages can add a Sky Supersport Tagesticket for a daily pass to Sky Bundesliga and Sky Sport channels. This makes it possible to watches games from the Bundesliga and up to 23 exclusive sports channels from

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Samsung / Sky Deutschland / Snap
Countries: Austria / Germany
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