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Crave sign-ups get their four-dollar fix on 11 December

8 Dec 2014

Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE) has announced that its Bell Media division’s new subscription video content service ‘CraveTV’ (originally codenamed ‘Latte’) will launch on 11 December, boasting over 10,000 hours of TV content, and costing CAD4 (USD3.5) per month. Available online and on iOS- and Android-based mobile phones and tablets as an authenticated streaming service, customers must also subscribe to either Bell Fibe TV, Bell Aliant FibreOp TV, Bell Satellite TV, Telus Optik TV or Eastlink cable. Additional pay-TV companies will offer the service in due course, while Bell will also extend CraveTV onto other platforms and operating systems including Windows 8, Windows Phone, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox console and Chromecast.

Canada, BCE (old), Bell Aliant, Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE)

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