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EE launches £1 a week film rental service

EE launches £1 a week film rental service

EE launches £1 a week film rental service

All new and existing customers on EE, Orange and T-Mobile will have access to a blockbuster film rental every week for just £1 with digital entertainment streaming service Wuaki.tv.

The EE Film Club launches on 30 March. Customers will be able to choose from a wide range of films – including new releases – via the Wuaki.tv app and desktop platform across all compatible devices.

“More people than ever before are downloading and streaming movies so they can watch at home or on the go,” explains Pippa Dunn, Chief Marketing Officer at EE. “With 1 in 3 UK adults enjoying digital entertainment every week – and this number is only going to grow – our viewing habits are clearly evolving. This reaffirms our commitment to put customers first as we deliver a series of new offers in 2015. The new weekly £1 film offer launches at the end of March and is set to be a box office hit with our customers.”

YouGov research, commissioned by EE, shows that the appetite for digital entertainment is growing, with a third of UK adults who watch films have downloaded or streamed content in the last week, and over 50 per cent download or stream films and TV every month

 Jacinto Roca (CEO Wuaki.TV) and Matthew Stagg (Network Strategy, EE) will both be appearing at this year’s TV Connect (28 – 30 April 2015 ExCel, London). Click here to download the full, free brochure.  

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