TrueVisions is offering the True TV Box, which works through Internet connection networks and has a range of high definition digital TV entertainment channels of TrueVisions without the need for a satellite dish or any cable, and also frees the customer from the need to make monthly payments.
Subscribers who purchase True TV Box can watch 1,200 England Premier League and Toyota Thai League matches plus famous football League program channels. True TV Box has also been showing more than 100 of the newest movies ondemand, free of charge for 6 months at a Bt2,990.
However, True TV Box is being offered at a promotion price of Bt990 for new subscribers who register new True Move H’s SIM card. Subscribers can get True TV Box for Bt1,990 at True Shops nationwide.
“TrueVisions not only has a lot of quality channels but it also has developed the high digital broadcast technology.
“We have recently launched the newest nonmonthly fee payment “True TV” box. We have focused on users of all broadband networks in Thailand with at least 15 Mpbs speed Internet network.
“There is no need for a satellite dish or any cable in all accommodations: home, apartment and condominium,” said Sueksith Cholasuek, marketing director of True Visions Group.
True TV Box has selected more than 80 fullyfree entertainment channels from both digital highdefinition TV and TrueVisions channels – for instance, True XZyte HD, True Music HD, True Inside HD, True Asian Series and True Thai Film programme channels, on both Live channel and Catch up channel.
Viewers can have more entertainment watching Superstars karaoke and playing free many game menus all the time. Register your True ID to be able to get access to programmes.
Besides, “True TV” box has specially offered more free digital highdefinition TV channels every month: football fans can cheer six Thai and Europe League events and five football cups; movie fans have watched more than 100 new release of famous blockbuster movies; entertainment programmes have covered 7,000 hours and 1,000 programmes of the “Buffet Package” entertainment programmes.
Republished with permission from The Nation