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Full Fibre ISP Box Broadband Starts Offering Netgem TV Service

Thursday, December 16th, 2021 (8:00 am) - Score 720
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UK ISP Box Broadband, which is now part of CommunityFibre (here) and has already extended their own Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network to cover 7,000 homes across parts of Surrey and West Sussex (England), has today become the latest provider to bundle in Netgem’s pay TV box and service.

Netgem has already been widely adopted by a growing number of ISPs, particularly smaller alternative networks. The set-top-boxes that they provide – Netbox HD and Netbox 4K – tend to be similar to some of those supplied by rival video streaming companies, including the usual array of premium content (sports), apps (Amazon, BTSport, hayu, Rakuten TV, YouTube etc.), live TV channels (Freeview) and catch-up content.

NOTE: CF’s investment in Box is expected to support an “accelerated [FTTP] network roll-out” to 200,000 homes across the South of England by 2024.

At present, Box are planning to build and deliver in excess of 60,000 new homes over the next 12 months, and having the ability to offer a TV product is something that can help when trying to peel away subscribers from rival networks. Box Broadband’s 100Mbps broadband and TV bundles will thus start from only £39.90 per month (100Mbps is £29.95 without the TV solution).

According to the spin, “The new offering enables Box Broadband customers to access more than 200 free and premium channels including 80 extra channels to Freeview available at home or on the go on mobile. Netgem TV also completes the Freeview Play service with hundreds of extra box sets and movies for free, and the widest choice of “add on” subscription apps in the market, all on one slick award-winning 4K TV Box and via a Mobile App.”

Graham Sargood, CEO of Box Broadband, said:

“We are thrilled that our customers will have access to the most popular TV shows, Sport and films that Netgem TV has to offer as we deploy our gold standard full fibre broadband across the South.”

You could of course just grab the Netgem 4K Box from Amazon for £123 one-off and have much the same experience, albeit without the added support from an ISP.

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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6 Responses
  1. Yatta! says:

    The only reason I can envisage why ISPs are offering the NetJunk TV service, is that they’re being paid to.

  2. Jason says:

    Imagine paying for that !

  3. Thomas Jones says:

    @Mark. Brawband as of today (16/12/21) also offering this.

    £12 a month as follows per email….

    BrawBox (powered by Netgem TV)

    Unleash the power of 100% full fibre. Add TV to your BrawBand package and jump into a world of entertainment.

    200+ live channels including Freeview, 50+ in HD!
    Premier Sports included (worth £12.99/month)
    40,000 hours of on-demand content
    Choice of add-ons (BT Sport, Rakuten TV, BritBox, hayu, and more…)
    Unlimited Tablet and Mobile TV
    4K TV box included (worth £149)
    Add to your order now for just £12 per month
    *Contract term will match your BrawBand contract

  4. Tom Smith says:

    BrawBox (powered by Netgem TV)

    Unleash the power of 100% full fibre. Add TV to your BrawBand package and jump into a world of entertainment.

    200+ live channels including Freeview, 50+ in HD!
    Premier Sports included (worth £12.99/month)
    40,000 hours of on-demand content
    Choice of add-ons (BT Sport, Rakuten TV, BritBox, hayu, and more…)
    Unlimited Tablet and Mobile TV
    4K TV box included (worth £149)
    Add to your order now for just £12 per month
    *Contract term will match your BrawBand contract

    1. Tom Smith says:

      @Mark

      Brawband also offering this as of today

  5. Emily says:

    This is amazing, look at Box Broadband go!

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