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MTN FrontRow rebrands into VU

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  The Video-on-Demand (VoD) platform owned by MTN South Africa, MTN FrontRow, is to be rebranded into VU and pronounced “view you” from today, 1 December...

MTN FrontRow price slashed to R99/m

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  As video-on-demand (VOD) services becomes more competitive, MTN FrontRow is not resting on its laurels. By Gugu Lourie The VOD platform owned by MTN is...

MTN slashes MTN FrontRow prices

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  By Gugu Lourie TURN YOUR SIM INTO A CINEMA - "We’ve got fantastic news: all MTN FrontRow subscribers will now pay only R119 a month, making...

MTN zero-rates FrontRow data usage

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MTN subscribers are in for an entertainment treat following the announcement by MTN that it has zero rated the data usage for streaming content...

MTN Finally Pulls the Plug on Video On Demand Service MTN VU

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There is no more MTN VU or FrontRow. MTN, South Africa’s second biggest mobile phone operator, is shutting down its video on demand (VOD) service,...

MTN must let go of VoD service VU

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  It is time MTN South Africa learns to let go. When MTN South Africa launched MTNFrontRow, in December 2014, the video-on-demand (VoD) service was billed...

MTN SA ‘turns’ the corner

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By Gugu Lourie What a festive season quarter has it been for MTN SA’s performance? The second half of the year, which includes the busy...

MTN demonstrates the benefits of its video on demand offering

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26 February 2015 MTN demonstrates the benefits of its video on demand offering MTN showcased the benefits of FrontRow when it streamed high bandwidth video...

Tuluntulu reaches 210 000 users

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South African-based Tuluntulu – a mobile streaming platform app that enables its users to watch TV anywhere and anytime – has now been downloaded...

The video-on-demand space is slowly maturing in SA

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By Gugu Lourie Even though South African subscription-based video-on-demand (SVoD) services have failed to attract the expected millions of subscribers, the technology is developing at...