Free now offers access to Explore on its Freeboxes (excluding V5/Crystal) with a 6-month free trial. What does this service offer? Univers Freebox offers you a complete tour of the platform.
Since Wednesday, November 15, Freebox subscribers can take advantage of 6 months of Explore for free and without obligation. What does this platform offer?
For owners of a Freebox Delta and Pop, simply go to the platform to enjoy the content and the subscription will be canceled directly when the trial period ends. For Freebox mini 4K and Revolution subscribers, you must activate it directly and, if you do not like the service, you will have to unsubscribe after six months or before. In both cases, no commitment. At the end of these six months, if you wish to continue the adventure, count on €3.99/month.
Accessing Explore is quite easy: on Oqee you just have to go to the VOD section of your TV interface and on Freebox Révolution or Delta, the platform is in the video on demand section.
Once you arrive on the platform, you will discover the classic interface of SVOD services offered by Freeboxes. A refined proposal, with a certain editorialization of the contents, but without frills.
Explore is a service specializing in well-made documentaries and will offer you various themes, ranging from society to flora and fauna and technology. The flagship programs will be highlighted upon arrival on the home page with very visible icons, just click on one of them to take advantage of them.
You can then scroll through your home page by clicking on the “down” arrow on your remote control to discover the various categories offered. Like most platforms, Explore will highlight its original series like Victoria’s Secret, Angels and Demonsbut you will also find programs sorted by theme.
The content is quite varied, ranging from historical documentaries on the Cold War or the Second World War to real investigations on contemporary subjects like “The Youtube Effect” which dwells on the history of the platform, but also on its impact as a media tool. It should also be noted that the presentation sheet for a program is very basic, with no possibility of adding it to a playlist.
You can also find a documentary that follows French dancers practicing Krump, an urban dance born in the disadvantaged neighborhoods of Los Angeles in the early 2000s, during the Illest Battle festival. You will also find series on a single subject, such as Sea Titans. We can, however, regret that the interface does not offer a differentiation of episodes other than their title when scrolling through them.
The interface offered on Freeboxes speaks for itself, it is the bare minimum. However, in terms of content, the platform is clearly worth it if you are curious and want to learn more about the world around you. The themes are quite varied and the original programs are quite numerous, especially as part of the free trial. As for the price after 6 months, it remains up to everyone, but Explore should not disappoint you.
This article was reprinted on the Univers FreeBox website
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