Telefónica Vivo extends IPTV reach in Brazil | IPTV | News | Rapid TV News
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Through its expanding fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network, Telefónica’s Brazilian subsidiary Vivo is continuing to add IPTV to its offer in an increasing number of cities.

vivo fibra 09 january 2018With the latest addition of Teresina, in the Piauí state, the telco giant now delivers IP-based TV services in 21 Brazilian cities, including Volta Redonda and Barra Mansa in Rio de Janeiro, Cosmópolis, Hortolândia, Campo Limpo Paulista, Lençóis Paulista, Botucatu and Avaré in Sao Paulo, as well as the country’s capital, Brasilia.

Through its FTTH network, Vivo promises broadband speeds of up to 300Mbps along with advanced TV services, including regular pay-TV and the video-on-demand (VOD) and over-the-top (OTT) platform Vivo Play, which includes its own content and integrated apps for HBO Go, Telecine Play and ESPN Play.

According to the company’s latest report, Vivo ended Q3 2017 with 351,000 IPTV accesses. However, most of its 1.65 million subs (according to figures from Anatel) are still getting the pay-TV service through regular cable.