Mi Internet launches TV offer in Chile through Mi Play

Chilean telco Mi Internet announced the launch of ‘Mi Play’, a new pay TV OTT, which offers more than 80 channels with sports, series, movies, news, children’s content, esports, reality shows, documentaries, and others, for a CH$ 11,990 (USD 15) monthly subscription, as reported by the platform’s web version. 

‘The service was born with the aim of satisfying the need for pay TV by Mi Internet customers’, Daniel Halpern, CEO at Mi Internet, reported to the specialized website TAVI Latam. ‘Mi Internet offers Mi Play to all of Chile without having to hire a Mi Internet service, but those customers who have the service already available or wish to do so, will have an additional discount for both services’, the executive added. Mi Internet is focused in Santiago de Chile, and also offers connectivity for that city, thanks to the development of telecommunications solutions.

As the company officially reported, Mi Play offers more than 80 channels (95% in HD), with the possibility of watching them on up to two devices and registering up to five. The platform also offers the possibility of hiring the Fox Premium pack to watch movies, with channels such as Fox Cinema, Fox Movies, Fox Action, Fox Series, Fox Classics, Fox Comedy and Fox Action, for an additional CH$ 7,490 (USD 10) monthly subscription; and the Fox Sports Premium pack, for CH$ 9,990 (USD 12) per month, with access to Fox Sports 1, 2 and 3, and sports content such as the Copa Libertadores, the Bundesliga, the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, the Rally Dakar, the Formula E, and others.

Apart from Fox’s premium packs, Mi Play offers a catalog of Chilean and foreign channels. Some of them are TVN, Mega, Megaplus, Canal 13 de Chile, La Red, Kanal D Drama, HGTV, Morbido TV, MTV, Nickelodeon, Nick Junior and Discovery channels. Access to the platform can be done through iPhones, iPads and iOS and Android mobile phones, as well as from its web version, through Google Chrome, Safari and Firefox. It is also available on Android TV and Apple TV, and will soon be on Roku and Samsung and LG smart TVs.