Liberty Puerto Rico recently launched its newest product, “Liberty Everywhere,” through which it vows to “transform the ways in which its customers access and use video content.”
Using the TV Everywhere platform, Liberty Everywhere provides access to programming from certain channels through authentication and authorization. Liberty customers can access this programming anytime and anywhere through electronic devices such as tablets, computers and smartphones.
For now, Liberty Everywhere has 35 channels in its lineup and will soon have more. Among the channels currently available are AMC, Boomerang, Bravo, CNN and HLN, Cartoon Network, E!, Esquire, HBO Go, IFC, Max Go, NBC, SyFy, Telemundo, TBS, Turner Classic Movies, TNT and USA. Most provide live programming and On Demand content. All of these are available for iOS, Android and/or Windows systems.
“As customers increasingly incorporate technology into their lives, it’s very important for us to provide them with products and services that will allow them to enjoy today’s entertainment options wherever and whenever they want,” said Naji Khoury, president of Liberty Puerto Rico.
To access Liberty Everywhere’s content, customers must be registered at the My Liberty page. They can use their My Liberty user name and password to access any of the channels. They must also have an Internet connection of preferably 3 Mbps or more to have an optimal experience, plus the proper equipment (i.e. laptop computer, tablet or smartphone).
To watch these channels’ content, these must be part of the customers’ cable package because their access is tied to their video subscription. For example, if customers want to watch USA Network, they must be subscribed to either the Ultimate or Ultimate Plus video packages.
Once registered at My Liberty, customers can access content through our webpage, www.libertypr.com, clicking on the logo of the channel they want to watch. This will take them right to that channel’s link. Customers can also access content by downloading the channel’s app (if available). Once they open the page, they must register by scrolling down to Liberty Cablevision of Puerto Rico in the providers’ list.