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There's more ways to watch TV in the UK than ever before. We've compiled a handy list of all of them here, with links to each website.

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logo small freesatFreesat

Freesat is the UK's subscription free satellite TV service. With a Freesat box or a TV with Freesat built in, you can enjoy over 200 TV and Radio channels, subscription free. Choose a Freesat smart set-top box and you'll also be able to access the UK's favourite catch up services. If you've already got a dish, it couldn't be easier to switch. Simply plug in a Freesat box or TV & connect to broadband to access Catch Up services.

http://www.freesat.co.uk

logo small freeviewFreeview

The UK’s most popular TV programmes, at no monthly cost. With Freeview, you can watch over 60 digital TV channels and up to 15 HD channels through your aerial. No monthly cost, no contracts, no fuss.

https://www.freeview.co.uk

logo small virginVirgin Media

Virgin Media is a subscription based platform via underground cable, with a number of TV bundle options.

http://www.virginmedia.com

logo small skySky

Sky TV is a subscription based platform via a satellite dish, with a number of TV bundle options.

https://www.sky.com

logo small nowtvNow TV

NOW TV is the easy way to get the movies, shows and sports you want, when you want. You can watch on loads of devices, including tablets smartphones and games consoles, plus your very own NOW TV Box. All without a contract. This platform requires a working aerial and broadband connection.

http://www.nowtv.com

logo small firetvAmazon Fire TV

Fire TV Stick for effortless streaming of great movies, TV, music and more. Just plug into your TVs HDMI, connect to WiFi and enjoy. With a massive selection of content from BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Amazon Instant Video and lots more. Easy to move between rooms or take to a friends. This platform requires a broadband connection.

logo small appletvApple TV

Apple TV is a digital media player and a microconsole developed and sold by Apple Inc. It is a small network appliance and entertainment device that can receive digital data from a number of sources and stream it to a capable television.

http://www.apple.com/uk/tv

logo small bttvBT TV

BT Vision TV packages use BT Broadband to deliver programmes to your TV. You'll need Fibre Broadband to get some of BT’s TV packages. BT will check whether it's available in your area when you make your selection.

http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/products/bt-tv

logo small chromecastGoogle Chromecast

Chromecast is an affordable HDMI dongle that lets you wirelessly 'cast' content to a television. It's simple and easy to set up and use. With it, you can send a YouTube video on your phone to a TV, or you can send a website on your computer to your TV - that's just two of the possibilities. To use a Chromecast, you simply plug it into your TV's HDMI port and connect to your home's internet network following the simple instructions provided. The device then acts as a portal for your favourite streaming apps on your mobile device to be 'cast' onto your TV. 

https://www.google.com/intl/en_uk/chromecast/?utm_source=chromecast.com

logo small androidAndroid TV

Android TV is a smart TV platform developed by Google. Android TV can be built both into TV's and into stand-alone digital media players. Users have access to the Google Play Store to download Android apps, including media streaming services Netflix and Hulu, as well as games. The platform emphasizes voice search to quickly find content or to answer queries (such as which movies were nominated for an Academy Award in a specific year). The interface can be navigated using a game controller, remote control, or the Android TV mobile app. 

https://www.android.com/intl/en_uk/tv/

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