netgem.tv, the TV service designed for modern and savvy viewers in the UK and Ireland, is delighted to announce they will now offer the new BritBox service through its growing network of ISP operators and enabled netgem.tv devices in the market, available now.
BritBox is a digital video subscription service created by the BBC and ITV. The service brings the very best in past, present and future British programming and award-winning content to viewers all in one place for £5.99 per month in HD. The service includes high quality factual and entertainment content from Channel 5 plus original British comedies from Comedy Central UK. BritBox features the biggest collection of British content available on any streaming service, and brand new commissions for British production companies specifically created for BritBox. BritBox also offers expert curation and playlists that will enable viewers to easily find programmes they know and discover new favourites via web, mobile, or on their main TV, now also available on netgem.tv enabled devices and TV sets.
To mark the deal with BritBox, netgem.tv is also adding an extra 15 HD channels to its exciting line-up, which already features over 100+ live channels including Freeview and Premier Sports channels. Customers have access as well to the 25 catch-up channels, via all FreeviewPlay catch-up services, including all BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5 and UKTV and netgem.tv add ons such as Amazon Prime Video, hayu, Rakuten TV and YouTube. Additionally, following YouTube’s updates to the YouTube Kids app at the start of the year, netgem.tv will also feature the kids-safe YouTube Kids app to its service.
Sylvain Thevenot, managing director of netgem.tv said “British television has a rich and diverse heritage that BritBox is making accessible to an ever-increasing audience and, with our service already accessible via 12 Ultrafast Fibre provides with a reach of a quarter of a million TV households and growing with the Fibre rollout in the UK, we are delighted to be part of that heritage’s future.”