Telkom taps OONA, Indibox, GameQoo, OOLEAN for TV offer | Deals | News | Rapid TV News
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In a major upgrade to its digital entertainment platforms, and in keeping with its current momentum, Telekom Indonesia has introduced four new services to its TV bundle.

OONA 15April2019Announced at the recent Digisummit, the services now available are OONA, Indibox, GameQoo and OOLEAN. In the case of the former, the new deal means that Telkom consumers can watch OONA TV's leading local and international channels using their free data packages on their mobile devices via the Maxstream video package. Originally, the entertainment application was targeted at five million families from the 18 million who already receive broadband. Now, they will all be offered Indibox combo packages which incorporate free OONA TV packages and Telkom's fast internet.

Telkom has also picked OONA TV as its main partner in the launch of its new TV  service, IndiBox, putting the two companies in a position to offer technology for AVOD, TVOD, and MSVOD services. “Look out for further developments and advanced innovations including super unique features and extraordinary content from TV channels and local and international studios,” noted OONA founder and CEO Global Christophe Hochart.

OOLEAN is the service which Telkom is using to develop Indonesia's gaming industry, and GameQoo, which supports cloud technology, is an on-demand gaming platform. The deals are aimed to create international standard games that compete at world level.