BT Vision deal offers access to new and classic films

LONDON - BT Vision, the IPTV service, has struck a deal with Twentieth Century Fox that will give BT customers VoD access to several hundred of its new and classic films.

Showing soon: films such as The Beach will be available vIa BT Vision following the IPTV service's deal with Twentieth Century Fox
Showing soon: films such as The Beach will be available vIa BT Vision following the IPTV service's deal with Twentieth Century Fox

The tie-up extends the content offering on BT Vision, which already includes Paramount, Disney, Warner Brothers and Universal.

From 15 December, BT Vision customers will be able access new movies such as Dr Seuss’ Horton Hears A Who and M Night Shyamalan’s The Happening.

The deal will give viewers access to roughly 600 films, although BT said this number would increase over time.

The Twentieth Century Fox films will be available on pay-per-view basis without the need for a subscription up front.

Marc Watson, director of content and business development at BT Retail, said: We’re delighted to reach agreement so that BT Vision customers can access films from one of Hollywood’s best and most respected studios.

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