Following a partnership line with Netflix that several operators in Latin America have developed, Movistar Chile and Altice announced the launch of new internet plans with the OTT subscription included.
In the case of Movistar Chile, the new offer is called ‘Pack Digital’, and consists of three Internet packages by FTTH, with speeds of 200 mbps; 500 mbps and 900 mbps, with the standard Netflix plan. The offer also includes access to Movistar Play Light for free, which allows clients to watch Chilean channels in HD, such as Mega, Chilevision, La Red, Canal 13, TVN and TV Educa Chile.
On the other hand, Altice has also announced its new triple play plans with Netflix included, called ‘Triple Play Plus Fibra’; ‘Triple Play Superior Fibra’; ‘Triple Play Superior+ Fibra’ and ‘Triple Play Max + Fibra’. All four plans offer 400 minutes to make phone calls.
The ‘Triple Play Plus Fibra’ plan allows access to the internet with speeds of 25 mbps / 5mbps; 193 TV channels (5 in HD) and access to Netflix on one screen with the subscription included for two months, for a RD$ 1,999 (USD 34) monthly subscription. The ‘Triple Play Superior Fibra’ pack offers internet speeds of 50mbps / 10mbps; 241 TV channels (23 in HD) and access to Netflix on two screens, with the subscription included for four months. In this case, the monthly subscription of the plan is valued at RD$ 2,299 (USD 39).
The third plan available is called ‘Triple Play Superior+ Fibra’, and guarantees access to internet speed of 100 mbps / 10 mbps; 241 TV channels (23 in HD); and access to Netflix included for eight months, on up to two screens, for RD$ 2,599 (USD 44) per month. Finally, the ‘Triple Play Max+ Fibra’ plan includes internet with speeds of 200 mbps / 20 mbps; 284 TV channels (57 in HD), and access to Netflix included for 12 months on up to two screens, for RD$ 2,999 (USD 51) per month.