Ericsson’s latest ConsumerLab report is indicating a doubling in smartphone viewing.
The German Federal Network Agency will examine the zero-rating service Vodafone Pass announced by Vodafone Deutschland today which enables mobile network customers to use selected apps without reducing the high-speed data volumes of their tariffs.
After Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Deutschland will offer its mobile network customers the possibility to use selected apps without reducing the high-speed data volume included in the tariffs.
Efficient and cost-effective broadcasting of TV programmes to smartphones and tablets has come a step closer to reality.
ProSiebenSat.1 Puls 4, the Austrian subsidiary of German media company ProSiebenSat.1, has bundled the free-of-charge live-streams of its Austrian free-to-air channels in a central app for smartphones and tablets.
German telco Deutsche Telekom will offer a new multiscreen sports TV package from August 2, 2017.
Online video viewing will rise 20% in 2017, according to Zenith’s Online Video Forecasts 2017.
The Croatian incumbent Hrvatski Telekom (HT) has made its new MAXtv to Go app available to users of its new Max2 and Max3 packages.
Liberty Global’s Dutch cablenet Ziggo is adding almost 50 new channels to its TV Everywhere app Ziggo Go, as well as improving Chromecast and Airplay functionality.
Sub-Saharan Africa OTT TV and video will still be a very immature sector by 2022, with movie and TV episode revenues reaching $640 million for 35 countries.