Even people who don’t have Samsung devices can now enjoy its advertising-supported streaming service.according to protocol, The technology giant launched TV Plus-in the past only Brand TV And mobile devices—— For network in May.
As the publication claims, this may be a soft release because Samsung has not officially announced its online version and has not yet included it in any marketing materials for streaming services.Although the network expansion around TV Plus was zero fanfare, the company representative confirmed protocol Samsung did launch a web version of the service in the second quarter.
Samsung launched TV Plus as early as 2016, and since then it has developed into a current form of free advertising support similar to cable TV.It can be accessed in 23 countries/regions, and in the United States, it gives viewers access to 140 channels, including ABC News Live with vice. SVP Sang Kim from Samsung Electronics told protocol The company plays “billions of minutes” every month, so it is clearly popular with users. However, so far, its coverage is limited to Samsung customers, and it remains to be seen whether the availability of the web version can add a large number of new users to the service.
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