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Singtel TV and CAST subscribers now get DreamWorks Channel family-friendly boost

By Ken Wong - on 28 May 2020, 12:20pm

Singtel TV and CAST subscribers now get DreamWorks Channel family-friendly boost

Kung Fu Panda is a popular cartoon. Image courtesy of Singtel

Singtel TV and CAST subscribers now have a new family-friendly viewing option with the announcement from Singtel and NBC Universal International Networks (NBCUIN) today about the launch of DreamWorks, a 24-hour channel dedicated to kids and family entertainment.

Some of the offerings will be familiar to viewers with characters from popular cartoons like Kung Fu Panda, Trolls, Trollhunters and Where’s Wally.

Singtel TV and CAST customers who are already on the Family Starter pack or the Singtel CAST Learning Plus pack will have access to the new DreamWorks channel at no additional cost. Other subscribers can enjoy a free preview of the channel until the end of June.

Singtel TV customers can sign up for the Family Starter pack online or by calling 1609. Subscribers can stream DreamWorks by signing up for the Singtel CAST Learning Plus pack at S$5.90 per month with no contract. Singtel customers signing up can enjoy the first 3 months’ subscription for free.

DreamWorks has already been available in Singapore for StarHub TV subscribers, with the telco making the channel available for free preview during this Covid-19 period.


Singtel’s OTT ventures

Not quite the same as reading the book. Image courtesy of Singtel

Singtel has been involved in streaming video content before with HOOQ until the end of the service in March this year.

HOOQ offered selected Hollywood movies from 90 days of cinema release and TV series with same-day telecasts as the U.S. Studio partners of HOOQ included Sony Pictures, Warner Bros., Disney, DreamWorks, Lionsgate and more than 100 other Asian studios.

These days, Singtel offers subscribers access to Viu

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