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Samsung TV Plus is dropping seven channels from December 14 onwards

Samsung TV Plus is a video streaming service. It is offered solely on smartphones, tablets, and TVs by Samsung. It enables users to watch more than 1,600 channels across the world. This service is available free of cost. Recently, Samsung posted an update on its community website regarding the Samsung TV Plus. It announced that from December 14 onwards, around seven channels will be removed. The following channels will be removed:

  • tvN Chungil Electronics Mitsuri
  • tvN Grandpas Over Flowers
  • Mini Commandos TV
  • tvN THE K2
  • tvN Mine
  • tvN Street Food Fighter
  • Chinese TV Zhangjiagang

In addition to this, the post mentions that every month different channels will be added by Samsung to the linear video streaming service. Where any specifications have not been mentioned by the company yet.  

In August, the TV Plus service by Samsung was redesigned. It comprised a new logo and animations. Furthermore, tons of fresh content was added. It included Law & Order Special Victims Unit, Rings of Power, Top Gear, Chicago Fire, The Lord of The Rings, NCIS, and more. Samsung is looking forward to expanding its VoD library by 2023. It will be done in association with Vice Media, Lionsgate, and others.

In contrast to other, video streaming services like Disney+, Netflix, Prime Video, Discovery+, and YouTube TV, the service by Samsung Tv is completely free. Users are not required to add any credit/debit card numbers. Even an email ID is not required to use the service. Over the span of the previous few years, the service has drawn a huge number of users from across the globe.

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Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.

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