iflix and TM announce that the companies have extended their entitlement to subscribers, offering eligible UniFi and Streamyx customers continued access to iflix’s service.
HK conglomerate PCCW is optimistic that its Viu VOD service will garner high ratings in Malaysia, thanks to its tie-up with Telekom Malaysia
iflix has signed an agreement with Telekom Malaysia to provide its content for free to customers of the latter’s Streamyx and UniFi home broadband packages.
Despite the increasing competition in the video-on-demand (VOD) space, fixed-line operator Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) believes that it has what it takes to stay competitive with its HyppTV Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service.
Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) has announced a collaboration with Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd for its HyppTV Everywhere mobile app service, but said that it was not an exclusive arrangement.
TM, through its HyppTV service, became the first Malaysian IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) company to win an award at the TV Connect Industry Awards (previously known as IP&TV Industry awards) in Mayfair, London recently.
Telekom Malaysia has roped in TaxiMonger for what it said was the world’s first television-based taxi booking service, to be offered via TM’s HyppTV IPTV service.
In the first part of our report on Digital News Asia’s inaugural roundtable, which discussed IPTV, our panelists spoke about its potential and whether the introduction of connected TVs poses a threat. In this second part, they discuss whether the term IPTV would even exist five years from now, while learning more about HyppTV’s experience in trying to grow its value proposition.