TalkTalk rolls out 4K TV set-top box with NetgemMonday, March 21st, 2022
TalkTalk rolls out new 4K TV Box to customers for just £4 a month
- TalkTalk has partnered with Netgem to launch its new 4K TV Box to fibre customers – offering ultra-HD TV, over 70 channels and 30 apps
- TalkTalk becomes the first ISP in Europe to bring TikTok app to TV service
From today, the new TalkTalk TV 4K Box is available on new and existing fibre plans, offering an unrivalled selection of ultra-high-definition entertainment for just £4 a month.
The new 4K TV Box offers more choice for TalkTalk TV customers alongside an Ultra High Definition 4K viewing for the greatest at-home entertainment experience. Customers can access more than 70 channels and on-demand players through the Netgem TV interface, the award-winning digital entertainment service provider, with more apps and streaming services like Netflix and Prime Video at their fingertips – a faster, simpler way to watch content through one box.
And what’s more, TalkTalk is the first ISP in Europe to launch TikTok on a set top box. Enabling its customers to enjoy everything they love about TikTok from the comfort of their couch.
The set-up is simple – all you need is a box, a remote, and a Wi-Fi connection and you’ve got all your entertainment in one place. Coupled with TalkTalk’s Fibre 65 package, the 4K TV Box will transform the in-home multiscreen entertainment experience for just £4 extra a month, saving TalkTalk TV customers up to £216 over 18 months vs BT, Sky and Virgin Media.
Other features include the universal search function, compatible with Alexa, enabling customers to easily search for their favourite TV or movies across services.
Jonathan Kini, Managing Director of TalkTalk Consumer and Direct Business, said: “Our priority is to ensure we provide the best entertainment and fibre packages on the market, at great value. That’s why we’re delighted to partner with Netgem to release the TalkTalk TV 4K Box – bringing next level entertainment to our customers and easy access to TikTok, Netflix and Prime Video.”