Salt TV is finally coming to some smart TVs

Salt TV is finally coming to some smart TVs
Salt TV is finally coming to some smart TVs
Salt, Apple’s pioneering partner.

It took time, but it’s never too late. Salt TV is finally coming to smart TVs from Samsung and LG. The internet and TV service provider announces this news just before summer, a season when it is better to play sports than waste time watching them on screens!

Either way, Salt Home subscribers can enjoy their favorite programs on multiple TV screens at home or in second homes, without an additional TV box. The application will soon be extended to connected TVs from Sony and Philips, which mainly run Android. Finally.

Easy access to a varied TV offering

With the Salt TV app, TV fanatics can access their favorite shows even easier. For just 4.95 Swiss francs per month, smart TV users get a way to experience Salt TV on a big screen, without additional Apple TV.

To support this launch, Salt Home subscribers can enjoy the Salt TV experience for free on compatible TVs for the first two months, until July 15, 2024. An opportunity to test this new possibility of watching television, according to a press release received Tuesday.

An extra TV experience

The Salt TV app for smart TVs potentially offers many benefits. Users can access TV directly on their compatible TV and navigate easily with the TV remote control. The performance of the connected TV must still match that of the Apple TV, which is not easy.

The application offers live and replay TV channels. It also allows you to access your favorite content, schedule recordings and quickly discover new programs thanks to the interactive TV guide. Everything you need to cultivate or decerebrate yourself, depending on usage.

Salt wants to improve

Max Nunziata, CEO of Salt, underlines the operator’s constant desire to enrich and expand the Salt TV experience. With this new application for smart TVs, Salt offers flexibility and convenience to its subscribers and thus attempts to catch up with its competitors.

The new boss of the Renens company in the hands of the Hexagonal Xavier Niel reiterates Salt’s commitment to providing the best price for its award-winning broadband offer, without increase at least until June 2026. Good news for subscribers who can benefit from quality services at an attractive price in the long term. The undersigned can only confirm the excellent quality/price ratio of this product!

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