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Viaplay Group and Telenor agree to a new TV agreement

Viaplay Group and Telenor agree to a new TV agreement

Viaplay Group and Telenor have agreed a new long-term distribution agreement in Sweden and Norway. Thus, Telenor’s 1 million subscribers continue to have access to the Viaplay Group’s sports, series and movie content.

Telenor and Viaplay announced this in a press release Thursday morning.

– In Norway, Viaplay movies and series will continue to be available through Telenor’s T-We streaming service and points-based package pricing, as Viaplay is already a popular choice for Norwegian viewers, the letter states.

We are glad to expand our good cooperation with Viaplay Group. Telenor customers want access to quality content on all platforms, and the flexibility to suit their needs. Through this agreement, our customers will have access to high-quality Viaplay content, which is an important part of our TV offering in Norway and Sweden, says Telenor Nordic CEO, Peter Bohr Forbergin the message.

Telenor will continue to distribute Viaplay’s live streaming service and the Viaplay Group’s line and pay TV channels in Sweden and Norway. In addition, Telenor will also carry Viaplay’s Premium offer, which includes, among other things, the English Premier League in Norway.

This new agreement is great news for Viaplay. Our blend of world-class live sports, award-winning Viaplay Originals and the best of Hollywood is unique. Telenor’s focus on business development and on securing the best offer of content has led to good results for its customers in the Swedish and Norwegian markets, he says. Kim PodderChief Commercial Officer of Viaplay Group.

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