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The streaming service is now available on Freetime, Freesat's TV guide. That means that the service is now accessible to anyone with one of the newer Freesat+ HD and Freesat HD boxes or the latest Panasonic Viera smart TVs.

Its offerings include past series of 'Game of Thrones' and 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'. is pay per view, so there's no subscription to shell out for, you only pay for what you watch.

Films start around £2 to £3 to rent in standard definition, or £4 to £5 in HD, or £10 to buy in SD or £14 in HD.

Again, TV episodes are pretty much in keeping with rival services. Episodes generally cost around £1.89 in SD or £2.49 in HD, while series set you back around £6 in SD and £8 in HD. also supports UltraViolet, which lets you watch digital copies of your DVDs and Blu-rays, so you don't have to buy them twice.

Freetime also gained Netflix at the end of last year. Plus it offers the catch-up services from all public service broadcasters, YouTube and Curzon Home Cinema.

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