The UK based carrier has today launched their new EE TV service in the UK, making it available for free to all new and existing EE mobile customers that have purchased one of the companies broadband plans that start from £9.95 a month.

The EE TV service allows users to access over 70 Freeview channels, as well as providing access to on-demand and catch-up services like BBC iPlayer and YouTube.

The box will also allow users to pause, rewind and record live and pre-recorded programmes at the same time on up to four devices, which means that users can watch 4 live or recorded programmes at the same time from up to 4 different devices.

Here’s how EE explained the new service:

“EE TV puts mobile at the heart of the TV experience, working seamlessly with TVs, tablets and smartphones around the home to deliver the very best of live and recorded Freeview, On Demand and Catch Up services across multiple devices simultaneously.”

“To celebrate the arrival of EE TV in stores today, EE asked one of TV’s famous Gogglebox families to trial the service. With its multi record, multi-screen functionality it allows each family member to watch their favourite show at the same time.”

“With the Replay feature, customers can choose six of their favourite channels to record, allowing them to view anything from the past day. Missed the start of a show? One click of ‘Restart’ will jump the programme back to the beginning.”

You can pick up one of the devices from EE’s official website, or from one of their in-store locations.

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