Panasonic News Update: Panasonic and Wuaki.tv Offer On Demand
Panasonic news update: Wuaki TV and Panasonic club together to offer customers and extensive catalogue of TV programmes and movies through Panasonic TVs.
As the role of the on demand service becomes ever more popular, companies are being forced to find more innovative ways of remaining current in the markets. There is nothing more enticing to a customer than a machine that allows them to do everything they wish in one place – this is the joy of computers and the chance to watch whatever they want, whenever they want. If this can now be offered through a television then things have been stepped up again.
“Panasonic Smart TV users can now access Wuaki.tv’s catalogue of movies and TV shows directly through a dedicated app on their TV. Users can choose between rental and purchase of the latest blockbuster movies and TV shows and an unlimited monthly streaming subscription called Wuaki.tv Selection, which is updated on a weekly basis.
A Wuaki Selection subscription is priced at £4.99 per month for a limited period. New users can trial the Wuaki Selection service for free for the first month. The company said that newly released titles available to rent and purchase are priced individually.
Wuaki.tv claims a seamless integration with Smart TVs is essential for the UK market. Over 70 per cent of users in the company’s home market of Spain watch movies and TV shows through a Smart TV, and the company expects the UK market to go the same way.
“Since we started Wuaki.tv in 2009 there’s been a upswing in the number of Smart TVs in the living room, and for Wuaki.tv traffic from these is far outstripping tablets and laptops” said Jacinto Roca, Founder and CEO of Wuaki.tv. “That’s where the biggest growth will be in the immediate future.”
Wuaki.tv already offers a range of apps for iPad, Android and Kobo devices, the Xbox LIVE service and additional Smart TV brands.
In August the company announced a similar partnership with Samsung, to offer its catalogue of films and series through the Samsung Smart TV platform.”
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This article was originally published on The Telegraph. More information on any of the products and services offered by the company can be found either by contacting the Panasonic customer services department and speaking with a member of their team or by visiting the official Panasonic website.
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