UK free-to-air satellite platform Freesat will be available via LG TVs thanks to a strategic partnership with the electronics manufacturer.
The Freesat service will be available on LG’s new and existing satellite-enabled smart TVs via a software rollout to customers.
In a first for Freesat, owners of the LG, satellite-compatible TVs will gain access to over 200 subscription free TV and radio channels.
LG will also launch Freesat channels on its new range of Freesat-enabled LG TVs. These new LF650 and LF630 models will be available in screen sizes ranging from 32-inches to 55-inches.
“We’re excited to bring the Freesat offering to our new and existing smart TVs. We are committed to offering people the latest technology innovations, with which to enjoy their favourite content, and this partnership helps us to ensure LG customers are getting access to the very best,” said Andy Mackay, UK Commercial Director for LG Consumer Electronics.
Matthew Huntington, chief technology officer at Freesat said: “Partnering with Freesat will provide customers even better choice; with over 200 channels, completely subscription free, this partnership between LG and Freesat is offering viewers something special.”
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