Samsung TV Plus is constantly growing in more than one way. The platform keeps welcoming new streaming services and TV stations, all the while it’s becoming available in an increasing number of markets. Samsung TV Plus has become a key aspect of the smart TV experienced offered by Samsung, and the platform was even picked as a CES 2021 Innovation Award Honoree for Streaming.
The Korean tech giant kept improving TV Plus throughout the year and it has recently introduced the platform to a couple more countries, namely Australia and Brazil. This has brought the total number of markets up to 12. Effectively, Samsung TV Plus is now available in Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Korea, the US, and the UK.
Samsung reveals expansion plans for TV Plus in 2021
Today, December 21, Samsung confirmed some of its launch plans for TV Plus next year. More specifically, it revealed a handful of markets in which Samsung TV Plus will be launching in 2021. The company intends to bring the platform to Mexico, India, Sweden and more European countries.
Samsung hasn’t revealed exactly when smart TV owners in these markets can expect to have access to TV Plus but the platform will be free, as it’s always been. It brings over 740 channels worldwide thanks to Samsung’s partnerships with over 300 leading broadcast networks, content platforms and digital creators.