The offer gives Wuntu customers who subscribe to netgem.tv membership, access to over 50,000 hours of on demand content through a Netgem set-top box.
For £3.99 per month, charged to the customer’s Three bill, a free device upgrade is available after two years.
Sylvain Thevenot, Managing Director of netgem.tv said: “At netgem.tv we recognise that modern TV viewers increasingly turn to their mobile devices for access to their favourite shows, and expect to simply continue the experience on the big screen at home without friction. This is why we launched with Three a membership of a new kind with mobile at the heart, box included and free equipment upgrades.”
Netgem has an increasing collection of free-to-air and paid for content that includes Amazon Video, Rakuten TV, HayU, Eros Now, Hopster, Deezer, Trace, FailArmy, The Pet Collective, People are awesome, PopFun, Viewster, Plex and YouTube.
Linked to its own dedicated iOS or Android netgem.tv mobile App, the netgem.tv service also allows viewers to use their smartphone as a personal planner, recorder, remote control, viewing and casting device.