Ultraview launches with LGBTQI Pay TV bouquet. Photo: Mambaonline

Ultraview launches with LGBTQI Pay TV bouquet

Openview has launched a satellite-first in South Africa with its Ultraview Pay TV option featuring The Pride Bouquet.


Ultraview launches with LGBTQI Pay TV bouquet. Photo: Mambaonline

With Ultraview, viewers can experience a new world of curated entertainment using the same decoder.

Ultraview enables viewers to see additional bouquets of content for a monthly subscription, while still retaining and enjoying the free Openview content on their decoder.

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The revolutionary new service gives audiences viewing power by offering them the choice of free or paid content, at their discretion.

Unlike other services, Ultraview allows viewers to find exclusive niche content, conveniently in one place, and pick stand-alone bouquets.

Ultraview has launched with the Pride bouquet, described as “a colourful new world with exclusive content for the curious, bold, and diverse” which consists of two channels – OUTtv and FUSE.

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OUTtv is a lifestyle channel featuring a variety of LGBTQI series, raw reality, impressive documentaries, hysterical telenovelas, gay romcoms, award-winning films, and OUT originals.

Some of the shows on offer include Being BebeCall Me MotherGogo For the Gold, and Hot Haus (Season 2 launches at the end of March; the first worldwide premiere on Ultraview), and many more.

Fuse ignites culture with vibrant entertainment that celebrates and amplifies fresh, young voices. It shares the stories that empower diverse young adults.

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Stacked with movies, documentaries, competition shows, and compelling original series like Sex Sells, and the always fabulous Big Freedia, Fuse will thrill viewers from beginning to end.

Ultraview Pride bouquet is now available

The Ultraview Pride bouquet is now available for R74,99 per month.

First-time users can explore the bouquet’s content with a free 3-day trial period, whereafter the monthly fee will apply.

Subscribers to Ultraview have the option to cancel the subscription at any time.

Ultraview will soon be adding more bouquets to the service.

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Viewers can look forward to the Spice bouquet which will also feature two channels of delightful content.

The Openview ground-breaking innovation allows viewers to experience exclusive content at their discretion and opens new worlds of viewing by catering to all audiences.

For more information and to get a glimpse of the Pride bouquet content visit www.ultraview.tv.

Article by Mamba Writer

This article was initially published on MAMBAonlie.com