Netgem has unveiled new smart TV service and mobile app.
The new app-powered TV service will be available on mobile devices bundled with the UK’s first Freeview and 4K media streamer, the NetBox 4K.
Netgem.tv's service will offer over 50,000 hours of content with access to over 100 live Freeview channels, as well as catch-up content from BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All4, My5, UKTV Play and access to streaming services Amazon Prime Video, YouTube 4K and Rakuten TV.
Viewers can watch their favourite programmes on the television or the mobile app, and can use their smartphone as a companion app for searching content and controlling the TV.
The NetBox 4K will be the first device in the UK to combine full 4K media streaming with Freeview live channels, on-demand services and TV recording capabilities, along with 24/7 customer support.
“TV has evolved a lot over the last few years, and with netgem.tv, we are pleased to bring together the best of Pay-TV with the best of Free-TV - delivering the greatest value content across all consumer segments," said Sylvain Thevenot, Managing Director of netgem.tv.
"Whether you are time-poor family parents wanting to follow your favourite series without having to look for content inside multiple Apps, or you are a teenager wanting to watch the latest reality TV show in your bedroom, or simply accessing the recorded News on your tablet, we have reinvented TV with a simple, affordable, and personalised multiscreen TV service. ”
The NetBox 4K device bundled with the netgem.tv personalised experience service will be available in the UK from the 28th November on Amazon.co.uk.