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Videofutur starts carrying Mubi SVoD service

Wednesday 23 December 2015 | 10:15 CET | News
French VoD operator Videofutur has started offering access to UK-based, SVoD Art House film service Mubi on the Videofutur fibre STB, reports Degroup News. Mubi is already available in France on iOS and Android devices, as well as on Sony Playstation, but now extends its presence by joining Videofutur. Mubi has 7 million subscribers to its Art House film service. Videofutur, a subsidiary of STB maker Netgem, sells a bundle of fibre broadband, phone, TV and unlimited film viewing for EUR 39.90 a month. Bought separately, Mubi costs EUR 4.99 a month.

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Companies: Mubi / Videofutur
Countries: France
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