EE TV offers remote viewing

EE TV has become the first UK broadcaster to provide remote viewing to its customers. Recordings To Go allows users to record content and transfer it to a mobile device as soon as it has aired
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EE TV has become the first UK broadcaster to provide remote viewing to its customers.

Recordings To Go allows users to record content and transfer it to a mobile device as soon as it has aired.

The concept was designed to set new standards in how consumers are able to access television content.

All of EE TV’s free to air content, which spans over 70 channels, is available for transfer via the new service.

Simeon Bird, director of home broadband and TV at EE said, “We’re continually looking at ways to offer new, exciting and innovative TV features to our customers and now we’ve made EE TV truly mobile.

“With Recordings To Go, we’re giving users unique control over how and where they choose to watch TV – whether that’s on a train, bus, tube or even a plane”.

Users can manage and set their recordings while out of the house using the EE TV app, which is available regardless of connection status.

Further content is available via YouTube and My5, as well as a number of paid services, including Now TV.

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