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Virgin Anywhere adds 21 new Channels


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Virgin Media has announced that it s to add 21 new channels to its Virgin Anywhere service, meaning customers will be able to stream the new services from computers, tablets and smartphones at no extra cost.

The new channels will encompass the offerings of BSkyB, Channel 4, Discovery Networks, NBCUniversal, Turner Broadcasting and Viacom International Media Networks and brings the total number of channels to 66.

"By adding 21 live channels to Virgin TV Anywhere at no extra cost we're also enabling them to watch their favourite shows wherever they want too," said Scott Kewley, Virgin Media's Multiscreen Product Director.


"Whether our customers are looking for something to keep the kids happy, an enthralling drama or a cutting-edge documentary, the new line-up on Virgin TV Anywhere really does have something for everyone."

Those with a TiVo will also have access via apps for smartphones and tablets although video streaming is limited to iOS devices, for now, with the Android version due an update later in the year; a fairly familiar story.


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