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Fibre service provider Videofutur has made what it says will be a significant improvement in its proposition with a new service tailor-made for the emergence of those whom the Netgem Group-owned calls the new digital natives in France.
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Available on all public initiative networks in the country, the new offer known as Victoria combines fibre Internet fibre up to 1Gbps in downstream speed and live TV, replay, SVOD, nPVR content on tablet, smartphone and computer via the myVIDEOFUTUR multiscreen application. There is also 4K HDR capability.

After recently announcing a few weeks ago a distribution agreement with Lagardère (Mezzo, CanalJ and TiJi) and TRACE (Trace Urban and TRACE Latina), Videofutur is expanding its TV offering 11 new Mediawan group channels, namely: RTL9, AB1, Science & TV Life, All of History, Automoto, Mangas, Trek, Crime District, Animals, Hunting & Fishing and Golf Channel. The launch is accompanied by the resumption of the non-linear services of M6's TNT channels (M6, W9 and 6ter) as part of the signing of a new global distribution agreement including replay services such as myTF1, France.TV, 6PLAY and also ARTE, C8/Cstar and Gulli.

Commenting on the launch, Mathias Hautefort, president of Vitis, which markets the Videofutur offer, said: “Entertainment, innovation, personalisation, simplicity are the benchmarks that have guided us in the evolution of our Videofutur offers. We decided to put the fibre at the service of entertainment in all its forms, in mobility, on all the screens of the house and accessible to all with fibre offers from 19,90 € / month. I thank on this occasion all the partners who trusted us.”

Added Sylvain Thevenot, managing director of netgem.TV : “It is exciting to finally see the main broadcasters in a large Western Europe country completely embracing the full potential of IP TV, with nPVR and live TV across all screens, and we are now ready to roll out more advanced in-and-out-of-home TV proposition in other markets.”