The BT-owned operator’s new proposition will also include BT Sport, which will be accessed through its dedicated app.
BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, Netflix, Prime Video, NOW TV and YouTube will also be available alongside linear channels from the broadcasters and Apple’s recently revamped Apple TV app.
Marc Allera, CEO of BT’s Consumer division, said: “We’re giving customers the TV, film and sport they love in the best quality on Apple TV 4K. By combining Apple TV 4K and BT Sport with EE’s award-winning unlimited home broadband, we’re able to provide our customers with a premium TV service that not only provides great value for money, but a great experience at home, as well as on the go.”
Previously EE offered a set-top box developed by Netgem.
BT itself offers customers a set-top powered by YouView.
EE’s 18 month home broadband packages with Apple TV 4K and inclusive BT Sport start from just £37 per month. They’re available exclusively to EE pay monthly mobile customers with a smartphone or 12/24-month SIM-only mobile plan.