Globe At Home is simply on a roll this season. After the recent launch of its new mobile app and updated plan offers, it comes out with Streamwatch—the first Roku-powered streaming stick in the Philippines. Roku, of course, is famous for pioneering the concept of streaming content on TV. Its founder, Anthony Wood, is the same guy who invented the DVR (digital video recorder).
This portable streaming stick, which connects to most USB-ready TVs, gives users access to watch a variety of content across more than 100 free channels, including Netflix, Fox+, and Disney Channel, among others.
It comes with a simple remote control with dedicated buttons for Netflix, Disney Channel Apps, YouTube, and HOOQ. The Streamwatch app may also be downloaded for free on Google Playstore and App Store to convert any smartphone to a remote.
The Globe Streamwatch Roku Powered™ is exclusively available through Globe At Home broadband plans 1299 and up, for an introductory offer of an additional P50 for 24 months or a one-time payment of P999. It also come with a three-month access to top streaming services such as Netflix, Disney Channel Apps, and HOOQ.
“Streaming has revolutionized the way people consume TV series and movies. Today, primetime is whenever people want to watch content. Through our collaboration with Roku and the launch of Globe Streamwatch Roku Powered™, our customers can now watch 1M+ of videos, movies and tv shows from our global partners like YouTube, Disney Channel Apps, HOOQ and Netflix. Easy to use and activate, Globe Streamwatch Roku Powered™ gives you access to a wealth of entertainment at home even without a cable connection,” says Globe At Home Senior Vice President, Martha Sazon.
To know more and order the new Globe Streamwatch, visit shop.globe.com.ph/streamwatch.