The ad-supported live TV streaming platform, TVPlayer has today announced that they will be extending its offering with a new Plus premium subscription option.

Based in the UK, the service already allows users to watch over 55 channels for free via a number of platforms using its apps.

“Similar to what Netflix has done for movies and Spotify for music, TVPlayer Plus aims to offer a simplified viewing experience of traditional and premium television content; one which works with the devices you already have and lets you pause, modify or cancel your subscription whenever you like,” said founder and CEO of parent company Simplestream, Adam Smith.

With the new Plus subscription users can gain access to another 25 additional channels for £4.99.

These channels include Lifetime, History, Gold, Discovery Channel, British Eurosport, Sony Entertainment Television, Cartoon Network and many more, and more additional channels being added soon.

TVPlayer say that the TVPlayer Plus will be available on all versions of their service this “summer”.

Currently there are apps for iOS, Android, Fire OS, Mac, PC, select Smart TVs, the Amazon Fire TV, the Fire TV stick and the Google Chromecast.

There are also plans to launch apps for other internet-connected platforms later this year, with an app for Windows Phone currently in development.

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