The my.t 4K smart box was launched by the CEO of Mauritius Telecom, Sherry Singh, focusing on the company's mission to offer an extraordinary television experience to its customers.
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Singh also revealed that their new TV and broadband offerings are responding to changing usage patterns. To benefit from these new offers, my.t subscribers must migrate from their current smart box to the new my.t 4K Smart Box.
The boss of Mauritius Telecom pointed out that the organisation has worked closely with partners like Google, Huawei and Skyworth. The my.t 4K smart box is an Android TV box fully certified by Google and allows the very first live 4K TV channel in Mauritius. Football fans will now be able to watch the English Premier League in ultra HD.
Google assistant is another innovation added to the smart box. Customers will be able to search for videos on their YouTube app and view them via voice searchers. A remote control will not be required. Soon, my.t customers will have access to a new video-on-demand platform, Kwesé iflix.
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