Batelco launches TV service in Bahrain

service includes OSN family channels as part of the package
Muna Al Hashemi, CEO, Batelco Bahrain.
Muna Al Hashemi, CEO, Batelco Bahrain.


Telecom operator Batelco has launched a new digital TV service starting from BD10 ($26.5) per month.

The new service, which features bundled offers with Batelco Home Broadband includes OSN family channels as part of the package.

Batelco is offering the service to new or existing Batelco home broadband customers free for three months. Batelco home broadband customers will benefit from free broadband usage while enjoying Batelco TV and additionally they can be assured of continuous high quality TV and video streaming.

Batelco’s TV service includes live broadcast TV channels covering all major free-to-air channels and Pay TV channels – all premium packages of OSN including but not limited to International, Arabic and Asian content.

It also offers on-demand services that includes subscription video on demand (more than 1,000 titles included in the package), new movies on Pay-Per-View basis, Catch-Up TV: (Watch up to 2 weeks, and time-shift (Pause/Rewind LIVE TV). In addition, recording features, games and applications are key features of Batelco’s TV service.

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