SPI/FilmBox and Net1 have partnered to bring SPI’s movie channel FilmBox Extra and nine other popular channels from SPI’s portfolio to Net1 subscribers in Bulgaria.
SPI/FilmBox and Bulgarian telecom operator Net1 have signed a distribution deal that renders a total of 10 channels from SPI’s diverse portfolio accessible to Net1 subscribers in Bulgaria.
Among the channels is SPI’s movie channel FilmBox Extra, which features a curated selection of great movies acquired from major producers and distributors. The deal includes three other versatile movie channels – FilmBox, FilmBox Plus and FilmBox Arthouse – and a wide range of thematic channels dedicated to gaming, documentaries, sports, music, fashion and more.
SPI’s premium FilmBox Extra channel offers a selection of blockbuster hits and award-winning films. FilmBox Plus and FilmBox present Hollywood movies, favourite evergreens, and popular series and broadcast hundreds of premiere titles every year.
The other channels included in the deal are FilmBox Arthouse, Gametoon, FightBox, Fast&FunBox, DocuBox, FashionBox and 360 TuneBox.
“We are very excited to announce the start of our partnership with Net1,” said Murat Muratoğlu, Head of Distribution at SPI International. “Our ten versatile channels will provide Net1 subscribers with a vast amount of content to choose from depending on their interests.”
“Our partnership with SPI added quality content tailored to the needs of different users,” said Peter Rizov, Net1 Executive. “These 10 first-class channels complemented the diversity of our TV list. The launch came at a very appropriate time, when our customers, spending more time at home, because of the pandemic, received a choice of more than 200 channels with a variety of topics. To enable all our existing and new subscribers to enjoy this experience, they received from us the entire package of 10 channels as a gift for a promotional period of time. I hope that our cooperation with SPI will continue in the direction of content enrichment so that we can satisfy all tastes.”