Commenting on the development, Vlastimil Lakatos, TV services manager at Antik Telecom, said: “For more than a year, we have been developing a new user interface for television services, which will be gradually served on all supported platforms. We look forward to today to convey to our clients the first feeling from the third generation of the Antik menu system on Samsung TVs.
“For the first time, the main menu is built on content aggregation, no matter where it is they really find specific shows – for example, in a live broadcast or archive. The viewer is so will find the object of its interest much faster than in the past”.
Using the system requires a Samsung smart TV with the Tizen operating manufactured from 2017 onwards.
Each TV channel can be watched for free for five minutes and an ‘Entry’ package, consisting of 14 channels, can also be viewed for free.
Meanwhile, a ‘Big’ package of up to 150 channels cost €3.90 a month and there are also other packages, include adult, Russian and Hungarian, also available. One subscription for AntikTV can be used on up to seven devices simultaneously.