Sky announces something new – not only sports customers are affected
Unterföhring. Lots skyCustomers should be happy with this news. The pay-TV giant has announced something new.
However, it doesn’t just affect sports fans, but they have to be customers in the first place sky Said travels a lot.
Sky: Pay TV giant announced its innovation
Pay TV broadcaster launched Huawai’s new Sky Ticket streaming service.
Sky Ticket is now available for download in AppGallery for all Huawei smartphones and tablets.
As a result, the Sky Ticket is now also available for current and future models from the Asian manufacturer. The company announced this now. “Sky Ticket is now a lot more mobile in time for the start of the outdoor season,” says Charlie Kumar, senior vice president of Sky Ticket.
Sky Pass is available for the following Huawei devices:
- The HUAWEI P40
- The HUAWEI P40 lite
- The HUAWEI P40 lite 5G
- HUAWEI P40 lite E
- The HUAWEI P40 Pro
- HUAWEI P40 Pro +
- Huawei P Smart 2021
- HUAWEI Mate 40 Pro
- HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro
- HUAWEI Mate Xs
- Huawei Y5P
- Huawei Y6P
- HUAWEI Matepad Pro
- HUAWEI MatePad
- HUAWEI MatePad T 10s
- HUAWEI MatePad T 10
- HUAWEI MatePad T 8
With all Huawei smartphones and tablets available, customers are expanding the options for streaming series, movies or sports “and giving them the freedom to choose the place, time and manner in which they want to watch their programs.”
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Sky Ticket is a streaming service from the pay-TV giant that is available anytime, anywhere and can also be canceled at any time. For Sky Ticket, customers only need an internet-connected device or Sky Ticket TV Stick with access to 34 other apps. The receiver is not necessary.
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