Rogers today has announced shomi is now available for all Canadians, as the service has exited its beta stage. The company noted today in a Rogers Redboard post “Canadians were clear in stating that they wanted an entertainment streaming service that is modern, customizable, and easily accessible,” which they are now “delivering on that request.”
Shomi is available on iOS , Android, the web, Xbox 360, Apple TV, Chromecast and on set top boxes for Rogers and Shaw TV subscribers for $8.99 per month and allows six user profiles.
Back in May, Rogers said it would open up shomi nationwide this summer, after the CRTC decided exclusive streaming video content by broadcasters can only be offered if available to all Canadians with Internet—and without a cable subscription.
Are you currently subscribed to shomi or have plans to? What do you think of the library so far?