Wind Vision was a digital television service introduced by Wind Hellas in April 2018. It was based on a Broadband Internet Protocol television infrastructure, where digital sound and vision was carried through a telephone line to a Set-Top Box and the customer’s TV. On 25 April 2018, Wind CEO Nassos Zarkalis introduced the company's IPTV service. It was the first Android TV set-top-box in Greece with Netflix integrated. Also, it was the first service offering 4K resolution with HDR 10 technology.

Wind Vision
TypeBroadcast
Country
AvailabilityNational
OwnerWind Hellas
Launch date
2018
Dissolved2022
Official website
Official website

The service offered more than 60 live tv channels, access to all Google services such as Google Play Movies, music apps, YouTube, the use of an electronic program guide, multiscreen and on demand (seven day catch-up and restart). It was available to all Wind fixed-line subscribers and provides two packages, family pack and full pack, which includes all Novasports channels. By the end of March 2021 it was announced that wind vision had 80,000 subscribers making it the fourth largest TV provider.

On June 1, 2022, WIND Hellas announced that its stores now have the EON TV platform for sale, essentially marking the first combined product action of the two companies, the completion of the merger under the brand of the second by the end of year is an intention for United Group, providing "holistic" telecommunications and content services (fixed and mobile telephony, internet and pay TV). After nine days (June 10) it was announced that as of December 31 of the same year, the WIND VISION service is being canceled as part of the consolidation, giving the owners of the service the possibility to replace it with the EON TV platform with exclusive preferential terms.[1]

EON Channel listEdit

Greek national FTA
Greek regional FTA
Greek Subscription
Cinema & Series
Sports channels
Documentary channels
Lifestyle
Kids
Music
News

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  1. ^ "Διαθέσιμη και μέσω της Wind η ΕΟΝ TV". www.e-tetradio.gr. Retrieved 16 May 2022.

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