Initially, the waipu.tv stick is not sold as a stand-alone product, but bundled with a 1-year subscription to the Perfect Plus package for a total monthly price of €12.99 during the first year after which it will cost €15.99 per month.
Waipu.tv, a German TV streaming service, has released a 4K streaming stick based on Android TV. Customers can utilise the Google Play Store to access waipu.tv’s line-up of linear TV channels, on-demand services, and third-party apps such as Netflix and YouTube on TV sets via the household’s Wi-Fi network starting today. The HDMI cable connects the stick to the television. Both the waipu.tv stick and the TV set can be navigated using the remote control.
The subscription covers the most popular free-TV channels in HD resolution as well as more than 45 pay-TV channels and on-demand service waiputhek with over 20,000 movies and series. waipu.tv has over 640,000 paying subscribers and around 3.5 million registered customers. The company is owned by Exaring in which media group Freenet is the largest shareholder. Freenet also owns technical service provider Media Broadcast which operates national DTT platform Freenet TV.
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Jörn reports on the latest developments in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Since 1992, he has been working as a freelance journalist, specialised in digital media, broadcast technology, convergence and new markets. He also takes up University lectureships, writes articles in specialist publications, and produces radio reports. Jörn is also a moderator of panel discussions at industry events such as ANGA COM, Medientage München and IFA Berlin.
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