Vodafone is the only Operator partner for local distribution of all HBO Portugal content
Vodafone Portugal launches today HBO Portugal on its television service. This agreement places Vodafone as the only operator partner for local distribution, giving Vodafone Portugal customers the opportunity to access HBO Portugal´s streaming service in a quick, intuitive and convenient way through its TV box.
From today, Vodafone customers have access to more than 4.500 episodes, including all seasons of popular and critically acclaimed HBO Original content such as Game of Thrones, True Detective, Westworld and Big Little Lies; and popular classic series like Sex and the City, The Sopranos and The Wire and Girls, among many others. Furthermore, the service offers a wide variety of movies, documentaries and family content from DreamWorks and Turner. HBO Portugal’s offer will include a broad range of new titles premiering simultaneously with the US.
“We are very proud of announcing this exclusive partnership with HBO Portugal, one of the biggest and most influent content producers in the world. This deal reinforces one of our main goals: to meet our customer’s needs, giving them access to the content we know they want and providing them the best entertainment experience that only the best network can guarantee”, says Mario Vaz, CEO of Vodafone Portugal.
To celebrate the arrival of HBO Portugal, Vodafone launches several exclusive packages, including a three-month free trial for all new TV customers and the some TvNetVoz and TvNetVoz+Mobile packages with the HBO Portugal service included for 24 months.
The HBO Portugal standalone offer is 4.99€, allowing subscribers to register 5 different devices to their subscription and watch in two simultaneous streams of dubbed and subtitled content at the same time from the same account.
With a strong commitment to the development of the most advanced and innovative services, Vodafone TV offers its customers more than 200 channels available in SD, HD, Full HD and 4K, increasingly assuming its leading role in the forefront of television offerings in Portugal.