DStv launches Explora Ultra PVR with integrated Netflix – price, details

MultiChoice Group has formally launched its next-generation private video recorder (PVR) decoder able to delivering 4K content material and Dolby Atmos audio, and is integrated with rival Netflix and its personal streaming platform Showmax.

The Explora Ultra, which MultiChoice mentioned on Thursday will go on sale subsequent week, has built-in Wi-Fi; a very redesigned interface (designed for surfacing linear and on-demand content material rapidly); and a redesigned distant management.


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As a part of the partnership, the Netflix app will likely be integrated into the brand new Explora Ultra to permit DStv prospects the choice to enroll or signal into their Netflix account. The partnership additionally provides DStv prospects with an Explora Ultra the choice of including their Netflix subscription to their month-to-month DStv invoice.

“The addition of the Netflix app to a DStv Explora Ultra, connected to the Internet, opens the door to Netflix’s critically acclaimed local and international entertainment across a wide variety of genres,” mentioned MultiChoice Group CEO Calvo Mawela within the assertion.

“Shifting consumer preferences and technological advances drive changes in the way video entertainment services are provided and consumed. This partnership leads with an expanded choice of content, ease and convenience of subscription and payment with the DStv Explora Ultra as an enabler.”

MultiChoice mentioned extra streaming suppliers will likely be added to the platform in time. DStv prospects will have the ability to pay for his or her Netflix subscription of their month-to-month DStv invoice.

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Duncan McLeod is Editor of TechCentral. 

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