MARTIN Lewis' Money Saving Experts have revealed how millions of Brits can get free BritBox streaming for six months.
New and existing EE customers can get a complimentary subscription to the normally £5.99 per month streamer.
The following plans are eligible for the freebie: pay monthly, 12-month SIM only, tablet or data SIM plan.
You can opt in online via your My EE account, within the free My EE app or by sending a text to 150.
It's not available for business plan customers.
After the free subscription, customers who choose to continue with BritBox will be charged, paid through their EE mobile bills.
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Marc Allera, BT consumer division CEO, said: "The UK is the birthplace of some of the most iconic TV shows in the world – from Top Gear to Downton Abbey.
"By partnering with BritBox, we’re giving our customers access to the best British dramas, comedies and films, so they can stream them wherever they are, at home or on the move, thanks to our superfast 4G and 5G mobile network."
Will Harrison, managing director at BritBox, said: "It's a match made in heaven – the biggest collection of British box sets together with the biggest network.
"Now it is easier than ever to sign up to BritBox, whether you watch on the go, or on the big screen in the comfort of your living room. With the first six months included, there's no excuse not to binge on the biggest collection of British boxsets with a huge range of award-winning shows and new series added every week."
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What is Britbox and how much does it cost?
BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 partnered up to launch streaming service Britbox.
The UK broadcasters have confirmed they are joining forces in a bid to rival streaming giant Netflix.
Old and new programmes are included, such as Broadchurch, QI, Downton Abbey, Liar, Doctor Who, Fawlty Towers, Top Gear, Only Fools and Horses and Gavin & Stacey.
BritBox hosts the largest collection of British boxsets – and cost £5.99 a month or £59.99 for a year.
If you want to test it out before paying for a subscription, you can try for free for seven days.
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