Telecom group Vodafone launched on Friday the new video and music streaming service 4GTV+, and a new partnership for the Romanian market with Internet television network Netflix, Romania-Insider informs.
“After launching Supernet 4G+, the network that enables future developments and innovation in customer experience, we are announcing today 4GTV+ service, which will allow our customers to consume personalized content anytime, anywhere. 4GTV+ provides our users with access to the most relevant local and global content in an innovative and intuitive way,” said Ravinder Takkar, President and CEO of Vodafone Romania.
The 4GTV+ service offers clients access to an extensive collection of TV channels, covering all types of content from news to entertainment, both local and international, as well as music and productions provided by partners such as Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney Channel On Demand, according to a statement from the company.
Users can also send some of the 4GTV+ content on TV screens and, in parallel, continue to use their phone for calls or any other actions without interrupting the video viewing.
Moreover, through the new partnership with Netflix, the Vodafone clients will benefit from exclusive special offers. Vodafone clients who get the 4GTV+ service also get free access to Netflix content for three months.
“Vodafone is a global partner for Netflix, and we are thrilled to expand this relationship to Romania today,” said Chris Whiteley, VP Business Development, EMEA, Netflix.
The service is available to all Vodafone Romania users on smartphones and tablets by downloading the 4GTV+ app from App Store and Google Play.
Netflix was officially launched in Romania in January this year.