Netgem TV expands channel lineup with 10 new exclusive channels amidst Freeview changes – keeping value up for all Netgem TV viewers

A major change came to Freeview at the end of June. After 11am on Thursday 30th June, 9 popular channels including BBC News HD and QVC HD has been removed.

With UK inflation now over 9% – the highest rate it has been for 30 years – British households are feeling the pinch when it comes to cost of living. Fuel, NHS spend, energy bills, rail fares, interest rates, food baskets have all significantly gone up. This does not mean that they should also have to sacrifice their entertainment. At Netgem TV, we understand the difficulties households are facing and that’s why we are committed to offering the greatest entertainment experience at the most competitive price.

Calling all sports enthusiasts, Netgem TV is offering you not 1, not 2 but 9 new sports channels!! …And No excuse to miss Wimbledon in UHD!

Discover new sports on US Golf Association TV (LCN 889) , Boxing TV (LCN 875), Jai Alai (LCN 890), Strongman Champions League (LCN 892), Origin Sports (LCN 879), RPM Motorsports (LCN 861), The Grappling Network (LCN 876) MotoAmerica TV and ACL Cornhole TV to explore in the “Extra Channels” area on your TV box!

These additional channels come at a perfect time as Freeview removes Freesport from its catalogue. But no worries, with Netgem you can still access Freesports alongside Premier Sports channels

Netgem TV sneaks into the biggest summer festivals: catch Glastonbury in UHD on BBC iPlayer and Tomorrowland on Clubbing TV just as if you were there. 

In June 2022, the long awaited Glastonbury festival made its comeback. On this occasion, BBC Two broadcasted the festival in 4K from 9pm on Friday, June 24. Not among the lucky ones who were able to make it to Glastonbury this year? Turn on BBC iPlayer on your Netgem TV  Box and enjoy the ultimate lean-back experience.

This year’s lineup included Billie Eillish, Paul McCartney, Diana Ross and for the first time Kendrick Lamar. 

In addition, Netgem TV is proud to add Clubbing TV to its catalogue, the first international TV channel exclusively dedicated to dance music, DJs, festivals, lifestyle and club culture!

The channel airs 24/7 entertainment and offers the best live events, DJ sets, lifestyle programmes, music videos, party reports from the hottest dance floors, interviews with the most famous DJ & producers plus exclusive shows, festivals and concerts gravitating all over the international dance music scene. From Ibiza to Amsterdam, Miami to Mumbai through Paris, from the smallest underground clubs in London or Tokyo to the massive mainstream festivals like Tomorrowland or the Ultra Music Festival, Clubbing TV represents all the electronic music styles and flavours. 

2022 is no exception to the rule as Clubbing TV will be live from one of the most famous electronic music festivals, Tomorrowland  from July 15th to 17th.

Lineup includes Martin Garrix, Charlotte de Witte, Steve Aoki, Lost Frequencies, Marshmello, Kungs and many more. Full line up here

And it gets better! To maximise the sound experience, Netgem TV have been working hard behind the scenes to add new features to the 4K TV box. Now you can listen to the latest hits and watch live concerts through your headphones or blast through your speakers for the ultimate summer party vibe with our Bluetooth Out feature.

By adding these new channels, Netgem TV finally reaches 100+ OTT channels on top of Freeview!

What does Netgem TV include as standard?

Netgem TV brings you the world of entertainment to your living room. With more included content than any other TV service, we always put value first for our customers. Watch over 215 channels including your favourites from Freeview such as BBC as well as 100+ HD channels including Premier Sports on top brought to you by Netgem TV. As for the apps, we never compromise on quality with premium add-ons including BT Sport Ultimate and Prime Video UHD I – with no contracts to lock you in! Not wanting to pay extra? We’re constantly adding free apps such as TikTok, YouTube 4K and other movie streaming apps. Imagine all of this tied into one discrete 4K TV box (worth £149 – provided for free) with high end features included as standard and unlimited mobile streaming device pairing for only £10 per month.

About Netgem

Netgem enables through its “Netgem TV” service personalised access to a comprehensive lineup of TV streaming services on all screens in and outside the home, through a single application. This service is marketed directly to consumers, or through partnerships with Internet Service Providers (ISPs).

For viewers, Netgem TV is the guarantee of paying only for the best of TV, whilst having the freedom to choose the fibre broadband offer that suits them best and to pick additional streaming services, on their terms. Through its SuperStream service, NetgemTV also greatly improves WiFi coverage throughout the home, and optimises all Video Streaming. 

For the ISP, Netgem TV brings access to an innovative service, designed for new viewing habits and delivering on the promise of ultrafast fibre broadband – all with a Capex-light and “pay as you grow” business model aligning interests between the ISPs and Netgem TV  with a particular focus on customer satisfaction.

Netgem is listed on Euronext Growth.

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