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MTN TV adds 2 new subscription packs and 4 popular channels

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FOX, FOX Life, National Geographic and Nat Geo Wild are now available on MTN TV.

MTN continues to enrich the content of MTN TV, by adding two new subscription packs, Standard Plus and Complete Plus, both including the popular FOX, FOX Life, National Geographic and Nat Geo Wild channels.

The new channels, together with MTN TV's new Video on Demand offering, establish MTN TV as the ultimate TV entertainment offer, not only inside the house but also while away, on tablets or smartphones via TV Go.

In more detail, MTN TV subscribers are now able to enjoy:

FOX, already widely popular and known for its pioneering series that offer unique entertainment moments to their dedicated fans. Shows are broadcasted on the same day in every country, thus making it possible for them to be broadcasted simultaneously with the USA. The channel includes some of the world's most premium TV productions such as The Walking Dead, Empire, The X-Files, The Gifted, Criminal Minds and others.

FOX life, includes some of the most successful TV programs worldwide and it’s considered a favorite primarily among female audiences but also among male audiences as well. It consists of international and local series productions that offer top entertainment, such as Grey’s Anatomy, Modern Family, Scandal, This is Us and more.

National Geographic is rightly considered the ultimate destination for the best stories of the world. Full of adventure, science and exploration with the most contemporary narrative, while Nat Geo Wild, with its unparalleled reputation for high quality production and dynamic programming, gives the viewer a unique look at the natural world, environment and incredible and unusual creatures living there.

MTN TV's new subscription packs are already available. For more information call 136 or visit www.mtntv.com.cy

MTN always gives more and by enriching MTN TV‘s content even further, it succeeds to offer a unique entertainment experience to its subscribers.