Friday, 20 February 2015 12:05

"Rostelecom" has launched a service "Multiskrin"

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"Rostelecom" company launched a new service "Multiskrin" by which users can combine with each other to 5 gadgets and each of them to view video content.

It is noteworthy that the newly service is not available

only for subscribers "Rostelecom".

Service considerably expands the possibilities of interactive television, giving subscribers access to previously purchased content from any device.

"In the first place," Multiskrin "is relevant to mobile people who value their time and are not ready to adapt to the TV program. On the other hand, we tried to make the service so that they could enjoy the widest possible audience, "- says Maxim Kudryavtsev, the representative of" Rostelecom ".

According to the official announcement, traffic is automatically adjusted to the specifications of the device. Recommended connection speed - 2.5 Mb / s. Service "Multiskrin" free of charge.

"To use the service" Multiskrin "subscriber" Interactive TV "just log in and log in ZABAVA application, stating the number and activation code services" Interactive TV "(available in the" Multiskrin "menu, set-top boxes). To use the service on a portal ZABAVA.ru further need to undergo a short registration process, during which you must also specify the number and activation code services "Interactive TV".

After authorization subscriber will receive full access to all content acquired on any device. Also will be able to purchase content from any device and it will automatically be available on other screens. Will soon be available for authorization using the popular social networking account (you will need to "link" account and an account of social networks), "- said in a press release.

Source: "Rostelecom"


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