From hotly anticipated premieres to long-awaited returning series, you can always rely on autumn to bring a wealth of top-class TV gems – and this year is set to be no exception.
HuffPost UK has partnered up with Freeview to celebrate the launch of the new connected TV service Freeview Play. To help ensure you don’t miss a single episode of your favourite programmes, we’re giving away a Humax FVP-4000T 500GB Freeview Play set-top box to one lucky winner.
What’s Freeview Play?
Combining catch-up TV, on-demand services and live television, Freeview Play enables you to watch what you want, when you want – all from the same place – using your existing broadband service.
All you need to do is buy a Freeview Play TV or recorder (or click on the link above for your chance to win one!) and connect it to your broadband. After that, no monthly subscription fee, no contracts, no fuss.
Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, All 4 and Demand 5 sitting alongside up to 60 TV channels and 12 HD channels – and to catch up on the shows you’ve missed from the last 7 days, simply scroll back in your TV guide. You can find even more programmes on demand from the Freeview Play apps area.
To celebrate this exciting new launch, we’re giving away one Humax FVP-4000T 500GB set-top box worth £199.99, in a choice of two colours. The first set-top box to deliver Freeview Play, the Humax FVP-4000T 500GB includes built-in Wi-Fi for easy connection to any existing broadband service and boasts three in-built tuners for advanced recording functionality. And don’t worry about going crazy with the recording while you’re on holiday – its hard drive offers up to 300 hours of programme storage space.
The new compact and sleek design with leather-look top will complement even the most stylish décor – and the lucky winner will get to choose from one of two cool colourways: ‘Mocha’, with a dark brown top, silver band and black base; and ‘Cappuccino’, with a brown top, gold trim, and white base.
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