Amazingly, you can now provide your guests with the latest and greatest Hollywood movies at no cost, so long as you have Samsung, Philips or LG smart hotel TVs already installed. There is no equipment required on site as all the content is delivered from the cloud directly to the TV. Movies are refreshed as latest releases become available.
Airtime has been specifically designed for hospitality and is fully cloud based providing guests with a selection of over 200 movies with dubbing and subtitles in up to 14 languages from the top studios including Universal, Paramount, Dreamworks, eOne Entertainment, Disney, Pixar, Marvel and 20th Century Studios.
The genres we cover include action, adventure, romance, thrillers, comedy, kids, sci-fi and classics so there is something for everyone. The selection on Airtime includes the top 6 box office movies from 2022 and new blockbusters are constantly added.
There are also 5 free Live TV channels included, as well as fitness and wellness content featuring Yoga, Tai Chi, Pilates, Mindfulness and Meditation.
There are two business models – Guest Pay or Free-to-Guest.
With Guest pay, payment is made via QR code and our secure payment gateway, whilst with Free-to-Guest the movies can simply be selected.
Airtime is delivered by Techlive International, who have been supplying hotels with content for over 34 years and is now available in 50 countries around the world.
Techlive works with most of the top systems integrators, so there is no need to change your existing provider to obtain the service.
Airtime delivers streaming content to 100% of your guests and the movies are often those either ahead of domestic providers, or not available on all platforms. Around 70% of our sites also have the ability for guests to stream their own content, providing the guest with the best of both worlds.
Airtime delivers the best content directly to your guests room, so we like to think it’s like taking your guests to the cinema.
To find out more about Airtime, just scan this QR code with your phone to watch the video, or click here