Brazilian telecommunications company Claro, owned by América Móvil, has begun to sell Conmebol TV to its home Internet customers (this service is called Claro Net Virtua). The new premium channel, which airs Copa Libertadores, Copa Sudamericana and Recopa soccer matches, debuted last week.
In this way, it will be possible for more households to sign up for the channel. During the first few days after the debut, only Claro and Net (both owned by América Móvil), as well as Sky (owned by AT&T) Pay TV users will be allowed to subscribe.
In order to enjoy Conmebol TV, home Internet customers who have signed up for the channel have to access Now (Claro and Net OTT service), through its website or its applications. The price is the same for Pay TV and home Internet customers: USD 7.5 per month.