Orange TV subscribers can enjoy Paramount+ as soon as it is released in France tomorrow. The incumbent operator has announced that streaming will be available on channel 69 of its box. Users can enjoy two months free before being charged €7.99/month. Orange is the first operator to offer the platform in France.
French viewers have been waiting months for Paramount+ to arrive in France. After an impressive first launch in the United States, thanks in particular to the Halo series, and thenA gradual roll out to the UK and Ireland last JuneWe were still waiting on our side to get this new streaming service. Paramount had promised a December launch in FranceThe promise has been kept.
Of course, the latter will be available in our regions tomorrow. However, if you want to watch movies and series from your TV box, you must take an Orange subscription. For now, only the incumbent operator has formalized the arrival of the platform on its decoder from December 1. Bouygues Telecom, SFR and Free have yet to decide on a possible release date.
Paramount+ arrives in France tomorrow, priority for Orange subscribers
The streaming service will be available for free for two months before charging €7.99 per month. However, it is necessary to check the platform before 31 March 2023 before the promotion ends. To avail this, go to channel 69 of the decoder. Users who already have a Paramount+ account can of course connect to it using their normal identifiers on Orange Box.
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If you’re not an Orange subscriber, don’t panic: Paramount+ will be available on the web, mobile app, and Samsung, Apple, Amazon, and Google TV televisions. The platform, which already has 43 million subscribers worldwide, offers a wide variety of content, from cult Paramount films to Showtime and CBS series, including MTV and Nickelodeon shows.
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