Written by: Roshan Dwivedi
A Greek telco OTE owned by Deutsche Telekom has launched an OTT platform consisting of catch-up TV as well as video on demand service, which will be available to the OTE TV subscribers at no extra charge. The new service will offer Movies and TV series featuring on OTE Cinema channels along with the OTE History documentaries and programs.
The OTE TV Plus service will be available to subscribers through hybrid satellite and IP set-top boxes. The viewers will also have access to the on-demand section of the service along with a TV guide sorted in genres. Those who have DVRs will be able to download titles for up to 48 hours.