Netgem TV full fibre, TV bundles for BrawBand
December 17, 2021
Scottish FTTP broadband provider BrawBand, is partnering with telco TV specialist Netgem TV to enable its customers to access over 200 channels, including Premier Sports, available at home or on a mobile device.
BrawBand customers will also have access to the Freeview Play service, making use of hundreds of extra box sets and movies for no additional cost, in addition to a wide choice of add on subscription apps, available on a 4K TV Box.
BrawBand is a new ISP from the team behind Scottish ISP HighNet Telecoms. Brawband combines over 25 years expertise and experience in broadband with the new Full Fibre network from CityFibre. This offers ultrafast, full fibre Internet to the premises and phone services for residential and business customers across Inverness, Glasgow and Renfrewshire. In addition, customers will also benefit from the chance to watch their favourite sports and entertainment through Netgem TV.
BrawBand became the first consumer ISP to join CityFibre’s open access network in Inverness after CityFibre began the construction of its £14.5 million network in June 2020, and it is among the fastest broadband services available in the country, providing up to 1Gbps of bandwidth when both downloading and uploading.
“The partnership between Netgem and Brawband is great news for new as well as existing BrawBand customers who can now enjoy brilliant entertainment, such as the Premier Sports Cup final, through some of the fastest speeds available and at the best price,” commented Shan Eisenberg, Chief Commercial Officer, Netgem UK.
“BrawBand is delighted to be working alongside Netgem to launch our TV service,” added David Siegel, Managing Director, BrawBand. “The range of content provided from Netgem, with a particular focus on Scottish football, should really appeal to our Scottish customer base. The fact it’s at an affordable price point for an end user, made signing up as a Netgem partner a simple decision for us to make.”
“Our customers will be able to confidently stream their TV service without any fear of disruption. As we say: ‘It’s Braw not to Buffer’,” he concluded.