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TrueVisions to offer 6 new channels

Thai cable and satellite TV operator TrueVisions will offer six new channels on its platform starting Jan. 1, 2017, The Nation (Thailand) reported Dec. 26.

The company will reportedly launch the new channels as a replacement for six HBO channels that TrueVisions will stop broadcasting on Jan. 1, 2017. Apart from these new channels, which include Time Warner Inc.'s Warner TV and Sony Corp.'s Sony Channel, the operator in March will also start airing two more channels, including True Films HD 2.

Subscribers to the company's service will get a one level upgrade in their current subscription package for January 2017 for free, according to the Group Chief Commercial Officer Suphakit Vuntanadi. The company will reportedly give 1,000 True Reward Points to users subscribed to the Platinum package.