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Box Broadband taps Netgem for TV rollout

UK alternative internet service provider Box Broadband, which serves a combination of rural and non-rural areas, has launched a TV offering through a partnership with Netgem TV.

The service enables Box Broadband customers to access more than 200 free and premium channels including 80 extra channels to Freeview available at home or on the go on mobile.

Netgem TV also complements the Freeview Play service with extra box sets and movies for free, and a choice of add-on subscription apps via a 4K TV Box and mobile app.

Box Broadband offers full fibre internet to the premises and phone services for residential and business customers across a variety of locations in the South of England.

The company plans to build and deliver in excess of 60,000 new homes over the next 12 months – along with the fibre optic infrastructure to connect every premises to the broadband network with fibre straight to the premise.

Shan Eisenberg, chief commercial Oofficer, Netgem UK, said: “Box Broadband has made brilliant strides in providing ultrafast broadband for customers in usually hard-to-reach areas, so we are delighted to be partnering together, so its customer-base can finally enjoy the best entertainment, with the best resolution, at the best price and all in one place.”

Graham Sargood, CEO, Box Broadband, said: “We are thrilled that our customers will have access to the most popular TV shows, Sport and films that Netgem TV has to offer as we deploy our gold standard full fibre broadband across the South.”

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