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London broadband company Community Fibre and Netgem have signed a deal to launch Community Fibre TV, leveraging Netgem’s new branded solution for UK ISPs.
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Earlier this year Netgem collaborated with ISP Origin Broadband to offer multiscreen video service Origin TV and last month Community Fibre launched the capital’s first 3 Gigabit home broadband service.

Community Fibre TV will be a ‘pay-TV lite’ solution, streaming across TV in 4K UHD and mobile devices and combining the most popular TV channels and on-demand content across all genres, including Amazon Prime Video, Youtube 4K, Britbox and Rakuten TV Movies.

Sylvain Thevenot, chief commercial and customer officer (C3O) for Netgem, commented: ”London consumers will finally get to enjoy the full 21st century entertainment experience combining award-winning connectivity from Community Fibre with the top-of-the-range TV service we have developed for UK ISPs. The service pulls together all the most popular live channels with easy-to-find streaming titles across many On-demand platforms, keeping everyone entertained on faster broadband and at an affordable price.”

The service will launch early next in 2021.