Consolidated Communications Holdings said it’s the first U.S. service provider to offer Vemox, a Spanish-language streaming service from Olympusat
Vemox, available to Consolidated broadband customers on an a la carte basis, sells for $9.99 per month and features a VOD library with thousands of titles and more than 70 Spanish TV channels. Vemox is supported on iOS and Android mobile devices and Samsung and LG Electronics smart TVs.
Per the Vemox site, the service features 27 live TV channels in standard def, including Canal 10 Mexico, Cubaplay, EJTV, and Sopresa, and 39 in HD, including Estrella TV, TV Chile, Ultra Familia, and Ultra Macho. The offering also includes a small batch of English-language channels, including Bloomberg Television and France 24.
“Providing a robust and inclusive portfolio of content offerings is something that we consistently strive to do,” Rob Koester, vice president of consumer product management at Consolidated Communications, said in a statement. “This platform gives us the ability to provide desired programming on a full range of connected devices at home or on the go.”
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