EE to launch TV service

8 October 2014

tv EE have launched EE TV, their own television service, which they reckon will be available on all your devices and Freeview and the like.

Handily, you can view difference programmes on different devices at the same time and the service comes free for those with an EE broadband and landline package. If you're thinking of moving to EE just for their telly service, then prices start at £9.95 a month.

Olaf Swantee, EE's CEO, reckons EE TV is 'the most advanced TV service' we've ever had in dear old Blighty.

"As the UK's biggest and fastest network, with more than 25 million customers, we have unrivalled insight into people's changing viewing habits," explains Swantee. "It's helped us create a service that has mobile at its heart, and makes the TV experience more personal than ever before."

Basically, you get a smart box that offers multiscreen, multirecord and a dedicated app for you devices which doubles up as a remote control. It'll have 70 Freeview channels that come with it and a load of other videos and on-demand stuff bolted on.

EE say that this smart box is worth £300, but it is yours for free if you sign up to an EE package. If you want to know more, then watch this advert below.

Sadly, Kevin Bacon is involved.

TOPICS:   Mobile   TV

1 comment

  • Justin
    Looks wank.

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