Samsung TV Plus announced: Free streaming service for Samsung Smart TV and soon for Samsung phones

Samsung today launched the streaming service Samsung TV Plus in the Netherlands. It is a free streaming service that complies with the streaming app that Samsung Smart TV users can already use. The service will also work on Samsung TV Plus mobile apps with Samsung phones.

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Owners of Samsung Smart TVs appearing after 2017 can use Samsung TV Plus for free from today. Samsung TV Plus is a streaming service consisting of 20 channels, of which 6 are local channels and 14 are global channels, such as Rakuten, Euronews Live, FilmStream and EdgeSport.

According to Samsung, the latest Smart TV function can be switched via shortcuts to remote controls, including the new streaming service. Samsung will update the streaming service regularly for better user experience and on-demand content will also continue to grow.

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The Samsung TV Plus app has already been launched in the United States last year, with the app coming in Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany and India in April. France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and Austria will also be able to leverage Samsung TV Plus mobile experiences in the first half of 2021. When the Netherlands and Belgium turn up, the South Korean manufacturer did not make an announcement.

The Samsung TV Plus was launched in 2015 and is good for offering a total of over 1,000 channels worldwide. The service is completely free and requires no download, registration, credit card, membership or additional equipment. The Samsung TV Plus is now available in 23 countries around the world.

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