Everything Everywhere (EE) has announced plans to offer a film streaming and download service as part of its 4G mobile and fibre-based broadband launch next week.
The EE Film Store will allow EE customers to stream or download a film of their choice on their mobile, PC or TV (via their laptop). The Pause & Play feature allows users to view the film on one device, pause it, then pick it up on another device.
4GEE customers will able to download or stream one film, each week, on EE, without impacting their data allowance. Further films can be downloaded or streamed with prices starting at 79p.
The EE Film service will also offer 2 for 1 cinema ticketing, listings and trailers.
EE will launch its 4G mobile service and fibre-based broadband on 30 October. The 4G service, 4GEE, will offer speeds five times faster than 3G, according to EE, and will be available in 10 cities across the UK initially. Further towns, cities and rural areas will follow with 2013 population coverage to reach 70%, with 98% covered by 2014. The fibre broadband service, available to consumers and businesses, will be available in 11 million premises nationally, with price plans starting from £15 a month, according to EE.
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