Through Wuntu, Three’s rewards app, customers can sign up for netgem.tv’s on-demand service starting at £3.99 (€4.63) per month.
For that £3.99, customers will receive netgem.tv’s HD TV streaming box to their doorstep, and access to Freeview Play Channels, and a range of apps like Hayu and Prime Video (though subscriptions are still required to these). There is also no fixed term contract for Three customers and customers will have the figure added to their phone bill.
Sylvain Thevenot, managing director of netgem.tv said: “At netgem.tv we recognise that modern TV viewers increasingly turn to their mobile devices for access to their favourite shows, and expect to simply continue the experience on the big screen at home without friction. This is why we launched with Three a membership of a new kind with mobile at the heart, box included and free equipment upgrades.
“Three UK was the perfect partner to take netgem.tv’s service to even more people: the exclusive Three membership deal will open up a world of personalised high-quality content at an unbeatable value – all across the UK.”
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