A new video on demand competitor enters the South African market, it will try and compete against Netflix, and Showmax, and says it will have 5 SPORT CHANNELS.
Go to https://za.deod.tv/en/packages for information.
DEOD’s on-demand packages span news, sports, entertainment, and several other combinations. They are priced per month as follows:
- News – R49
- Sport – R99
- On Demand – R79
- News and Sport – R129
- On Demand and News – R99
- On Demand and Sport – R159
- DEOD Premium – R189
DEOD Premium, which is a combination of the News, Sport, and On-Demand packages, is also available as a weekend (R49) or week-long package (R69).
In addition, the service offers a movie rental option – with the latest releases priced at R30 and older movies priced at R18.
Payment options for customers include credit cards, debit orders, and voucher payments.
The company stated that users will also be able to download content for offline playback, and that scheduled downloads would be available for customer who want to take advantage of off-peak data usage.
Live sports streaming
DEOD’s sports packages will include five channels
- EDGE Sport HD
- Sport Skool
“Obviously we can’t compete for the rights of sports that traditional broadcasters have on their platforms,” said Discover Digital MD Stephen Watson.
Its sports packages will feature extreme sports, fighting sports, watersports, and motorsports – ranging from rallies to motorcycle racing.
News channels on the News package will include:
- Al Jazeera
- Russia Today
Go to www.discoverdigital.co.za or https://za.deod.tv/en/packages for more information
Android app is called DEOD
I will update this post as more information becomes available.
Mr Satellite is based in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town and services that area.