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Vudu shuts down Mexican operation

Friday 19 December 2014 | 21:09 CET | News
Walmat will no longer offer its OTT service Vudu in the Mexican market from 1 February 2015, El Economista reports. Walmart decided to shut down its OTT in Mexico to focus on the US market, according to the report. Vudu had launched its operation in Mexico in 2012.

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Companies: Vudu
Countries: Mexico
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