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Germany's largest TV provider Vodafone has announced that its GigaTV service is now available bundled with an Apple TV 4K, which is on loan to customers for the duration of their contractual period (via Macerkopf.de).

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Both new and existing Vodafone Deutschland customers will receive the Apple TV 4K, and Apple's single sign-on process for GigaTV extends to iPhone and iPad, allowing users to get access to GigaTV content from their other Apple devices.

In addition to the GigaTV app, Vodafone customers will also have access to all the usual Apple TV apps and functions. Vodafone customers will also benefit from free access to Apple TV+ for one year.

GigaTV offers customers up to 120 TV channels in SD and HD quality as well as on-demand access to up to 69 content categories via Apple TV. The bundle costs 9.99 euros per month for the first six months of the 24-month contract period and then 19.99 euros a month.


A one-time fee of €49.99 is charged for installation, and a two-month trial of Vodafone Premium is included in the offer. The premium pay TV package can be reserved for €9.99 per month and includes 21 additional HD channels. More details available on the GigaTV website.

Article Link: Vodafone Germany Provides Apple TV 4K With Every GigaTV Contract
 

Danindub

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Jul 28, 2008
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I don’t understand why is this news? Eir in Ireland does it for some year now, where Apple TV 4K is provided instead of old style set box, and the app is used for regular TV watching

 
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