Telecom Italia: at games week with Cubogiochi® and fiber optic Ultra Internet

10/24/2013 - 02:00 PM

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During the Games Week exhibition, which takes place in Milan 25 to 27 October, Telecom Italia presents new solutions and services for network connectivity that enable gaming enthusiasts to compete online

During the Games Week exhibition, which takes place in Milan 25 to 27 October, Telecom Italia presents new solutions and services for network connectivity that enable gaming enthusiasts to compete online

Cubogiochi® is the new platform for the mobile world dedicated to gaming, which allows downloading the best games on tablets and smartphones on demand and by subscription. On www.cubogiochi.it TIM customers can benefit from a library of over 1500 games, with new titles of the best publishers in the industry added every week - from GT Racing 2 to Gameloft, the track racing simulator that recreates a total driving experience, to Call of Duty Black Ops Mobile 2 by GLU, action-packed mission in Vietnam in 1967, up to UNO, the popular card game for the whole family - as well as an up-to-date news area.

The service can be activated by downloading the free app from the site and from the Android market stores (Google Play) on tablets and smartphones and by choosing games on demand or by subscription starting at 1 Euro per week, with Internet traffic already included. For iPhones games are available in streaming. It is possible to try Cubogiochi free on mobile devices thanks to the promotion Try & Buy.

In addition, as part of the demonstration in Milan, Telecom Italy presents Mirabilia, the exhibit created by the artist Francesco Musante. Here it is possible to discover the potential of Ultra Internet fibre optic connection at 100 Megabits per second, which allows watching full HD videos and films without interruption, playing online even in multi-player mode, having a new experience on social networks and cloud, transforming smartphones into cordless phones with the new APP “Telefono di Casa” (Home Phone) - available for free in the Android and iOS market stores - and using all home devices at the same time.

Milan, 24 October 2013