BT broadband bundle subscribers are set to gain access to 3D films on the firm's Vision platform, it has been announced.
The internet service provider has entered into an agreement with NBC Universal International Television Distribution for the UK video-on-demand rights to all its 3D movie titles released over the coming 12 months.
Two titles already queued up for BT customers are Step Up 3D, set in New York, which customers can see from November 29th, and Despicable Me, which will be available from March 14th.
BT has also signed an agreement with Vertigo to show StreetDance, the first British movie to be shot in 3D, featuring Diversity, winners of Britain's Got Talent 2009.
Marc Watson, Chief Executive of BT Vision, said: "We already have an extensive catalogue of more than 500 movies in the UK courtesy of our long-term deals with major Hollywood studios and independents like Vertigo.
"Now Vision viewers can experience films at home in fantastic 3D, thanks to these new deals. This is just the start of 3D on Vision - viewers can expect to hear much more from us in the coming months."
In related news, Virgin Media has signed a deal to offer Channel 5 content on its own video on-demand service.