Wom officially enters the pay TV market in Chile with Wom TV

Chilean mobile operator Wom (Novator Partners) has finally launched its new pay TV offer, which it called ‘Wom TV’, and had been into trial versions for about a year. According to the information reported from the company’s official website, Wom TV allows access to FTA TV and pay TV channels in the country, as well as to hire premium content, and pay the Netflix subscription with the operator’s invoice.

The new Wom TV offer consists of an initial pack, available for a monthly subscription valued at CLP 5,990 (USD 8.3), although Wom’s FTTH clients will be able to access it for free for a six-month period. The channels included in the Wom TV pack are TNT Sports 3 HD; Canal 13 (Chile); Mega; Chilevision; TVN; ETC; Mega Plus; La Red; TV+ and TV Educa Chile.

Those who subscribe to the initial pack can hire premium content such as Netflix (USD 11.5 per month); HBO channels (HBO, HBO 2, HBO Plus, HBO Signature, HBO Xtreme, HBO Family, HBO Mundi and HBO Pop) for USD 10 per month and free access for the first two months; TNT Sports HD (USD 15 per month) and the Canal de Deporte Olimpico (CDO), for USD 5.5 per month.

Access to Wom TV can be done through its official website, through any web browser such as Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox, and others; as well as from the Wom TV app, initially available for Android devices; and also through Wom TV Box, the Android TV STB (Google), launched by the company. Installation of the device needs only an internet connection and an HDMI cable to connect it to the TV. In addition, Wom TV Box allows users to download different applications, including Netflix, YouTube, HBO GO (which will be discontinued in Latin America from June 29th due to the launch of HBO Max in the region), Amazon Prime Video, and others.

According to the information reported on the Android TV Guide specialized website, the device’s SoC is ‘Amlogic S905X2’, and it is manufactured by SEI Robotics.