As part of their continued efforts to make entertainment both accessible yet personalised for their customers, StarHub is rolling out a new experiences such as the 5G NSA and entertainment platforms. With StarHub TV+, you can finally watch shows from your favourite TV programmes and streaming apps all in one place.
To start off, customers can choose to sign up for StarHub TV+ Passes. There are six Passes available for subscription: Entertainment+, Asian+, Sports+, Malay+, Indian+ and Filipino+. Each Pass will allow for access to the full content offering in that category. Flexibility is also ensured as customers will be able to switch between Passes at the end of each month.
Beyond TV Programmes, you will also be able to add-on third party streaming apps like TVBAnywhere+ from S$4.98 per month. If you subscribe to the Entertainment+ Pass at S$30 per month, you will get free access to BBC Player.
These Passes will ensure that your live TV channels, VOD content and streaming apps will be available across devices such as your mobile phone via the app or on your desktop. You can even cast directly to TV sets with Chromecast if you prefer a big screen experience.
Moreover, Netflix will be available for free when you subscribe to StarHub TV+ Set-Top Box from S$5 per month. With it, you can switch seamlessly between StarHub TV+ and your favourite streaming apps like Netflix and HBO GO. The box will also support Ultra HD content (4K), Chromecast built-in and access to Google Play store for you to download all your favourite apps and games.
Customers who subscribe now will even get HBO Pak (S$13.98 per month) for free for 12 months. Also unique to all StarHub TV+ platforms is the Time Shift TV. It will allow users to catch up with programmes they have missed for a period of up to 24 hours.
Additionally, more exciting content will be available with their new line-up. These include:
- beIN SPORTS CONNNECT – Provides access to major European football leagues and other sports competitions live and on-demand
- Now Baogu Movies on Demand – A new VOD Channel which brings you wider access to Chinese and Asian films. (this is also part of the Asian+ Pass and Asian Entertainment Pass)
- Euronews – Europe’s top international news channel.
- Rugby Pass TV – A Rugby focused channel curated by Sky New Zealand.
The packages for the various passes start from S$15 per month with a 24–month contract. Customers can also opt for the one-year or no contract option and enjoy more savings. You can visit the official site for more information on the packages available.