StarHub TV on Fibre to Roll Out on 18 Mar

StarHub TV on Fibre to Roll Out on 18 Mar

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StarHub is set to introduce an all-new TV viewing experience with the launch of StarHub TV on Fibre on 18 Mar. An Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) pay TV service, StarHub TV on Fibre offers businesses access to crystal clear high-definition content and over three times as many TV channels as the existing Digital Terrestrial Television (DTTV) platform. The service will be initially available only to commercial customers such as offices, restaurants and pubs.

Delivered over the island-wide Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network (NGNBN), StarHub TV on Fibre will be able to reach current DTTV customers and beyond, effectively covering commercial customers all over Singapore. StarHub TV on Fibre customers will also enjoy prioritized, managed IPTV access as the service utilizes discrete ports on the optical network terminal. With IPTV access independent of broadband activity, StarHub TV on Fibre promises a superior viewing experience in terms of picture quality, speed and navigation.

StarHub TV on Fibre commercial customers will have access to viewing options currently unavailable to DTTV customers. In addition to DTTV mainstays such as BBC World News, Bloomberg Television and CNN, new channels introduced include favourites across kids, entertainment, education and sports genres like Cartoon Network, DIVA Universal, HISTORY, NBA TV; and high-definition options such as FOX HD, FOX SPORTS PLUS (HD), Sports HD, Discovery HD World, National Geographic Channel HD, NAT GEO WILD HD and Travel Channel HD. Making full use of IPTV’s two-way network, StarHub TV on Fibre’s interactive features include Facebook profile integration, unique user account log-ins, an aggregated user rating system and informative apps such as the Singapore Exchange, Yahoo! News and Weather which are especially useful to corporate clients.

Source: StarHub

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