MeTV+ To Join MeTV On Frndly TV In October

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Frndly TV has confirmed that MeTV+ will be available to subscribers starting from next month. Frndly TV already provides access to the standard MeTV channel, so this is an expansion of that existing agreement.


While many will already know MeTV as the home of classic television, MeTV+ was created back in 2021 as a companion network. Therefore, while MeTV+ doesn’t technically offer anything new, it does offer more of the same content fans of MeTV love.

Frndly TV subscribers will soon be able to check what MeTV+ has to offer for themselves. While Frndly TV didn’t specifically state when the channel will arrive, the live TV service did confirm that the network would be available to subscribers in October.


For fans of MeTV in general, it is worth pointing out that MeTV+ still isn’t available everywhere, with the channel currently only accessible in select local markets.

As a result, the availability of MeTV+ through Frndly TV will mark the first time that many homes across the country will be able to access the companion network.


For those new to Frndly TV, the live TV streaming service is heavily focused on affordability. After all, its plans start at just $6.99 a month, and even at the top end, the most expensive Frndly TV plan only costs $10.99 a month.

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Naturally, these low-price plans will result in a different channel lineup compared to the more expensive live TV streaming services, and that’s where some homes may find that Frndly TV isn’t the right service for them.

If you are a fan of MeTV, however, then it looks like Frndly TV is set to become even more right for you from next month.

John Finn

By John Finn

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