Clever TV trick unlocks even more channels for free

Did you know that your TV provides additional channels for free?

And we’re not talking about the usual catch-up apps like BBC iPlayer.

Samsung TV Plus offers tons of free channels to watch


Samsung TV Plus offers tons of free channels to watchCredit: Samsung

These are channels similar to BBC One and ITV1 that air on a schedule.

Except that they are all internet-based and ad-supported.

And you don’t need to sign up or provide any bank details because it’s all completely free.

LG and Samsung are among the television manufacturers that make these special channels available.

At LG, it comes in the form of an app called LG Channels.

Launch it and you will find all kinds of TV series, movies and news channels.

Samsung TV Plus channels dedicated to popular shows.

These include “Homes Under the Hammer”, “Come Dine With Me” and “Hell’s Kitchen”.

If your smart TV doesn’t have its own channels, some other streaming services might be able to help.

Look for the Pluto TV app, which offers a range of themed channels.

Freevee is Amazon’s ad-based version with a similar offering – and is the new home of Neighbors.

Even ITVX has themed channels.

There you will find channels like Movies 24/7, World of Morse, The Only Way Is Essex TV and Ultimate Ant and Dec.

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