|Particularly popular with Brazilians living abroad, TeleUP offers an extensive list of Brazilian channels.|
Brazilian Day, celebrated worldwide every year, commemorates Brazil's independence from Portugal in 1822. This year's widely anticipated celebration in New York is the 30th anniversary of a well-loved annual tradition among Brazilian Americans, expats and everyone who appreciates the music, food, and rich culture of Brazil. To help people who want to join in the celebration, TeleUP has launched a highly informative bilingual (English and Portuguese) website for this year's event: http://www.brasilday.com.
TeleUP lets viewers watch and record their home country TV programs on any device from anywhere in the world. Particularly popular with Brazilians living abroad, TeleUP offers an extensive list of Brazilian channels like Rede TV!, Prime Box Brasil HD, Music Box Brasil HD, Travel Box Brasil SD, Woohoo, Mix TV and Fish TV. With packages costing as little as $1 per week, TeleUP also provides an extensive offering of American and English channels including Sportskool, Films On Reels, Freckle TV, Wealth TV, GINX TV (computer gaming), and One America News.
Many Brazilians living in the U.S. choose TeleUP because it showcases the best in Brazilian television and sports. Its recently released TV app lets customers worldwide enjoy its international streaming service on any device - their computers, smart phones, tablets, Roku, Chromecast and smart TVs.
TeleUP is a proudly Brazilian-owned company. Representatives will be available throughout the day to provide information and services to Brazilian Day 2015 attendees.
TeleUP Inc. provides Internet TV customers with the highest quality programming and technology at the best value, including free channels. Subscribers enjoy an amazing high definition lineup with a varied array of national HD channels, ranging from niche to the most popular channels, and best in class HD and DVR technology. TeleUP Inc. is a Delaware company with its principal offices in New York and Campinas, Brazil. For more information, visit www.teleup.com.
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