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Aldi Talk
Founded7 December 2005 (Germany)
2007 (Switzerland, as Salut! mobile and Belgium)
July 2009 (Netherlands)
March 2013 (Australia)
January 2015 (Austria)
11 May 2017 (Slovenia)
Defunct6 June 2017 (Belgium)
ProductsMobile telecommunications
HoT Hofer Telekom
ParentAldi/Hofer, Medion, Ventocom

Aldi Talk (also known as MEDIONmobile, ALDImobile and HoT Hofer Telekom[1]) is a mobile virtual network operator in Germany, Australia, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. In Germany, it uses the Telefónica O2 network (since 2014; before, it used E-Plus). In Australia it uses Telstra Wholesale. In the Netherlands, it uses KPN. In Switzerland it uses Sunrise Communications AG. In Austria, it uses Magenta Telekom. In Slovenia, it uses A1 Slovenija.


€12.99 and €30 Aldi Talk credit, purchased in Germany

Aldi Talk was founded on 7 December 2005 in Germany, 2007 in Switzerland and Belgium, July 2009 in the Netherlands and March 2013 in Australia. The related brand HoT Hofer Telekom was founded in January 2015 in Austria and on 11 May 2017 in Slovenia. Medion AG is the mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE) for Aldi Talk in Germany, Netherlands and Australia, while the MVNE for HoT Hofer Telekom is Ventocom GmbH.

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MEDION is Germany's leading manufacturer of consumer electronics and a best-in-class provider of digital services. Medion AG - a German company for the production of a variety of electronics and home appliances. The headquarter is located in Essen, Germany. Branches present in twenty-six countries, including the USA, Australia, and Malaysia. Network windows 7 with medion media player Can anyone tell me how to network a windows 7 pc so my media player box can log on to the PC. I got it to work with homegroup but it stream media and the quality is very poor. The MEDION Smart Remote application makes use of the properties of your mobile phone – such as touch screen capability and G sensor – to provide easy-to-use, convenient and improved options for.

End of Belgian operations[edit]

On 7 April 2017, it was announced that Aldi Talk would cease all operations in Belgium by 6 June.[2] The cause of this decision was the coming in to effect of an anti-terrorism measure taken by the Belgian government, banning the sale and use of anonymous SIM cards, instead requiring the mobile operators to identify and register each of their clients.[3] Because Aldi Talk did not have the necessary capabilities to perform these tasks, a decision was taken to cease all operations in Belgium.[4]


  1. ^'Prepaid mobile phone plans from ALDImobile'. aldimobile.com.au. Retrieved 8 September 2017.
  2. ^'Aldi Talk België' (in Dutch). Retrieved 7 April 2017.
  3. ^'Belgische operatoren maken komaf met anonieme simkaart' (in Dutch). 2 December 2016. Retrieved 7 April 2017.
  4. ^'Aldi Talk stopt prepaid-aanbod als gevolg van anti-terreur maatregel'. Test-Aankoop (in Dutch). https://www.test-aankoop.be/hightech/gsms-en-smartphones/nieuws/aldi-talk-stopt-prepaid-aanbod-als-gevolg-van-anti-terreur-maatregel. 7 April 2017.

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When you want to watch something on your smart TV, you can use a flash disk with your media and connect to it via one of the USB ports, stream online via the internet or connect to a Blu-ray/DVD player. The other thing you can do is connect your smart TV to a wireless NAS drive.

A NAS drive or Network Attached Storage hard drive is a storage device that looks like a big external Hard Drive that can hold vast amounts of your data. But that’s not the best part. A NAS drive isn’t just another granary for your music, photos and videos. You can turn it into like a Netflix of sorts streaming local media files to any of your wireless device connected to the same network. No internet is required. Also you get benefit of less cabling in the house.

There are several NAS drives in the market. For beginners, you can checkout the $293 Synology DS218+ NAS drive or the $269 QNAP TS-251B-2G-US 2 Bay Home/SOHO NAS. And if you are particularly looking for something designed for home entertainment experience, then the QNAP TS-251+ 2-Bay Next Gen Personal Cloud NAS is a good start. It has an HDMI port which you can directly connect to the TV and even a QNAP remote is included.


So how do you connect a NAS drive to your smart TV?


The easiest way is to use an HDMI cable which connects to the NAS drive’s HDMI Out port to one the TV’s HDMI in ports. The great thing here is that your TV doesn’t have to be Smart TV, only it should have at least one HDMI port. However, NOT all NAS drives come with HDMI ports built-in. I have already mentioned the QNAP TS-251+ as one of the options that fits the criteria.

The QNAP TS-251+ 2-Bay comes with an Intel Celeron Quad-Core 2.0GHz, 2GB DDR3L RAM, SATA 6Gb/s, 2 Giga LAN, hardware transcoding and HDMI Out port. It’s through this port that you can play Kodi or Plex directly to your TV. It also comes with a remote that you can use to control playback on the TV.

But you can also look at $300 ASUSTOR AS6302T. It comes with one HDMI port and has support for Plex media server. This ASUSTOR AS6302T 2 Bay NAS (Diskless) comes with the Intel Celeron Dual-Core 2.0GHz Processor, 2GB DDR3L RAM. For its media capabilities, it’s equipped with HDMI 2.0 for local HDMI multimedia output. This HDMI interface is what you can use to connect to your TV’s HDMI port.

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Whatever NAS drive you get, it should run a media software such as Plex or Kodi which outputs some sort of User Interface via HDMI to the TV in similar way your laptops does when you connect it to the TV.

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The most common way to stream content from NAS drive to a Smart TV is wirelessly. Both the NAS drive and Smart TV must be connected to the same wireless network usually created by a WiFi router. Most NAS drives don’t have Wireless LAN. Instead they come with one or two Giga Ethernet ports. So you can connect the NAS drive to the WiFi router via an RJ45 Ethernet cable. Then the TV connects to the router wirelessly via WiFi. This only works with Smart TVs since most of them have WiFi built-in.

For a better user experience, make sure you NAS drive supports media server such as Plex or Kodi. They support a media streaming protocol called DNLA or UPnP that basically make your NAS drive visible to the Smart TV.

Read more: Stream your own home media: A complete guide to DLNA and UPnP

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Some Smart TVs have Ethernet ports too. So it’s possible to connect the smart TV to the router via an Ethernet cable. It’s much faster option since you don’t have to deal with WiFi signal issues.

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So there you go; how to connect a NAS drive to Smart TV. If you have any other ways, let us know in the comments below;