EE has further bolstered its TV offering with a range of new premium channels.
The network has partnered with TVPlayer to add 25 new channels covering movies, sporting and entertainment channels, such as Discovery and Cartoon Network.
EE has previously faced criticism for lacking in a wide range of TV content that some of its rivals possess, with the recent announcement set to change that.
It comes a few months after the network added a number of mobile centric features to its TV service, revealing plans to use its experience in consumer to give it a competitive advantage in the quad-play arena.
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Simeon Bird, Director of EE Broadband & TV said: ‘EE TV customers have always loved being able to pick and choose premium channels without the commitment of a fixed contract or a hefty monthly fee.
‘These 25 new channels offer something for everyone, whether you like sport, documentaries, lifestyle shows, or want to keep the family entertained. It’s a great addition to EE TV’s On Demand section, which already contains a huge range of movies, entertainment, music, kids and international content.’
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The new channels will be available to new and existing customers for a £5 monthly subscription, with a catch-up content service to follow.
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