The coronavirus is the central theme of our lives and will remain so the next few weeks and the consequences of the pandemic reaching all areas of our life. In this case, Movistar, Vodafone, Orange TV, MásMóvil and Yoigo have just announced a series of temporary measures to quarantine in Spain, and to help families to stay in their homes, one of the main measures to try to curb the spread of the virus.
By his side, Movistar has expanded the supply of its children’s content in the digital platform of Movistar+ Lite, the app that offer their own channels such as #0 or Movistar Series, and until the 30 of April added the following channels: Disney Jr, Disney XD, Disney Channel, Nick Jr, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Panda and Baby TV. All of this is added to the contents already present original Movistar as ‘Arde Madrid’ or ‘Skam’.
Vodafone offers unlimited data to all their clients, individuals and professionals, and offers the Pack of Kids to all users of Vodafone TV, all until the end of march.
Orange, for its part, has taken similar steps to increase the gigs of internet of their customers and offering a package with content child named “Child Max”free for a month. MásMóvil and Yoigo offer three months free Sky TV, adding FlixOlé in the case of the second operator.
The collective consciousness is on the rise with the current situation that Spain is experiencing and the rest of the planet because of the COVID-19. The classes have been suspended for two weeks, the shops and establishments are emptied, and telework is the order of the day. In this context, people like Daniel Castro have decided to give away his work as a filmmaker, ‘Illusion’, so as to encourage the proposal of #YoMeQuedoEnCasa.
Hello, people, from today and until the end of all this, here’s “Illusion”, the little film that we did a few years ago, for free.
I hope you like it, or, at least, does not worsen your prognosis.
? Daniel Castro (@Dcastro1972) March 12, 2020