State owned telecommunications company, TelOne, has inked a partnership with Discover Digital, to provide a streaming service called Digital Entertainment on Demand (DEOD). The service has been launched on October 3.
The service has been rolled out for public viewing in Borrowdale, Ster-Kinekor Movie House at Sam Levy’s Village.
The DEOD service is offered with TelOne broadband packages. All TelOne subscribers will have the opportunity to subscribe to On-Demand packages offering series, kids programming, a catalogue of movies, music videos, documentaries plus lifestyle television shows.
Viewers will also be able to subscribe on famous TV Channels, access to popular news channels like Aljazeera, CNN, BBC among others through the streaming service. Subscribers will also have the opportunity to rent the latest movies and individual primary movies which are not part of the on-demand service subscriptions.
The DEOD service has combined payment channels that enable customers to subscribe, buy or rent movies through mobile money platforms and other digital payments plus vouchers that are available in any TelOne outlet.