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Samsung TV Plus Streaming arrives in Mexico, Samsung's free Netflix

You only have to own a Samsung Smart TV to access the 20 channels offered by the devices for free.

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This article has been translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors can occur due to this process.

The Korean multinational announced that Samsung Smart TV owners will be able to access the brand's streaming platform. In Mexico, the “Samsung Plus TV” service is free and available on smart screens from the 2018 model onwards.

There are 20 channels available to Mexican users without a subscription or additional payment. Inside, you'll find content on gastronomy, travel, cinema, news, music, comedy, animals, and more.

"As more and more people spend more time at home, television became the entertainment hub and point of sale that connects us to the world," Aline Jabbour, director of Samsung TV Plus Latin America Business Development, said in a statement.

"Samsung TV Plus couldn't reach our users at a better time: when the need for free international television service that can be enjoyed by the whole family is at its highest," it said.

To access the service, the user just needs to turn on their Samsung Smart TV and go to the app. The latest teams have the application installed by default, so they can enjoy the productions of this streaming straight away. It can be downloaded on computers after 2018 that do not have the app preinstalled.

Hence, streaming from Samsung will be another option to complement other platforms like Netflix, HBO Go, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney +. The big plus, of course, is that there is no additional cost and more channels are added every month to maximize the user experience.

Less than three years after its launch, Samsung TV Plus is present in 13 countries: USA, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, France, Italy, Spain, Austria, Switzerland, South Korea, Australia, Brazil and now reaches Mexico.

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