Netflix shivers: Samsung already has its own stream (and it’s free)

Samsung TV Plus has arrived in Mexico, the manufacturer’s free streaming platform, exclusively for its Smart TVs. When you land in the country, it offers 21 channels with varied content, all of which are completely free.

It is important to note that Samsung TV Plus will only be available for Smart TVs from 2018 onwards. The new platform comes in the form of an automatic update that has already started rolling out in the country. In the Xataka Mexico team, we received the update that adds Samsung TV Plus to the home screen.

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In addition to being a completely free content platform, Samsung TV Plus doesn’t need to create an account or card integration to use it, Samsung explains. Access to all content on the platform is immediate, after installing the corresponding update. On new Samsung TV models, the app will be preinstalled at the factory.

De manera inicial, Samsung TV Plus ofrece 21 canales en México: Tastemade, Bloomberg Television, Euronews, Flash TV, Pongalo Novela Club, The Pet Collective, BCC Gaming, Fail Army, Saber Más, Hard Knocks, Qwest TV, Runtime, MyTime Movie Network, Tu Cine, Cine Sureño, Insight TV, Stingray Naturescape, Demand Africa, Chiquilines, InWonder, People are Awesome y WeatherSpy.

An important detail that must be mentioned is that some of these channels have advertisements. On the other hand, Samsung pledges to continuously add more channels to the platform on a regular basis.

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In other countries where Samsung TV Plus has been around for the longest time, it offers more than 40 channels with free content. In this regard, the platform has been active for three years and has gained access to 13 countries: the United States, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Austria, Switzerland, South Korea, Australia, Brazil, and now Mexico.


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