Sunday, 25 February 2018

EE bets on functionality over premium content for new TV service

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 08 October 14

U.K. operator enables multiscreen experience but limits it to the home.

EE on Wednesday unveiled a new TV service that puts the emphasis on high-end features and functions rather than exclusive, premium content. Called EE TV, the service is available to new and existing EE mobile customers who subscribe to one of its fixed broadband plans, which start at £9.95 per month plus monthly line rental of £15.75. Once signed up, customers receive the EE TV service and the accompanying set…

EE on Wednesday unveiled a new TV service that puts the emphasis on high-end features and functions rather than exclusive, premium content. Called EE TV, the service is available to new and existing EE mobile customers who subscribe to one of its fixed broadband plans, which start at £9.95 per month plus monthly line rental of £15.75. Once signed up, customers receive the EE TV service and the accompanying set…

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