A few months back, Samsung had introduced its free Samsung TV Plus streaming platform to its premium Galaxy devices. It was only available with selected devices like Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy Note 20 series at the launch.
As per the reports, Samsung TV Plus streaming app is now available for the Galaxy S9 series, Note 9 smartphone, along with the recently launched Galaxy S20 FE. Samsung has also brought the service to its foldable devices, namely Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Fold 2, and Galaxy Z Flip. Apart from all the flagships mentioned above, Samsung has also made it available for midrange devices like Galaxy XCover Pro, Galaxy A51, A51 5G, and Galaxy A71 5G.
The Samsung TV Plus streaming service comes with more than 135 channels that you can watch for free. You can find various popular channels through the service such as CBS News, Bloomberg TV+, ET Live, Bloomberg Quicktake, FOX SOUL, WeatherNation, etc. However, the service might not completely replace the cable network as it lacks many premium channels. Interestingly, Samsung has kept the service free since it was launched, and there are no immediate plans to make it chargeable as it is exclusive to Samsung Smartphones.
The Samsung TV Plus is available in select regions – U.S., Canada, U.K., Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Korea, and Thailand. It has also just launched in Australia.
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