Parent Category: News | 29-07-2013
Singapore telco M1 Limited has launched an online TV service designed to offer video-on-demand (VOD) entertainment and educational titles, games, e-books and apps.
The new MiBox is bundled with an Android set-top box (STB) and a selection of free dramas, variety shows and other content. To access MiBox’s library of 18,000 video-on-demand titles, 116 TV channels, 1,200 e-books and 370 apps, customers connect the set-top box to their TV set via a HDMI cable.
“Media consumption habits are shifting towards an on-demand, a-la-carte model,” said M1’s chief marketing officer, P Subramaniam. “MiBox aims to enhance this experience by delivering convenient and affordable access to an exciting library of entertainment, e-learning, and gaming content optimised for the TV screen … With MiBox, customers can surf, learn and play, beyond the limits of traditional TV.”
The service is available to existing M1 fibre customers at $8 per month and $12 a month for non-customers. As part a launch promotion, the first 10,000 customers to sign up for MiBox will enjoy subscription fee waivers of 12 months for M1 fibre customers and six months for non-M1 fibre customers.