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For Irish living, travelling or working abroad, it’s a struggle to watch Irish TV. Some
of the great Irish and UK TV broadcasters like RTÉ, BBC and ITV make it difficult
to access their content from outside Ireland and the UK. If you’re trying to find out how
to watch Irish and UK TV abroad, you’ve come to the right place! TVMucho offers a
legal, reliable and cheap way to watch Irish TV when abroad, without the hassle!
Watching your favourite Irish TV channels abroad with TVMucho is easy. Sign up for a free membership and get 15 min of TV a day, free! If you want unlimited TV time or use multiple devices to watch Irish TV abroad, consider upgrading to a paid membership which costs from €5.99 a month! Your membership fee pays for unlimited access to our middleware to receive the unaltered TV broadcast signals.
Your TVMucho membership gives you worldwide access to 120+ live free-to-air channels from Ireland, the United Kingdom
and France. The channel lineup includes popular Irish and British channels like:
For a full list of channels you can access abroad with TVMucho, see our channel list.
Perhaps you are running late and can’t watch the live broadcast. Maybe you are holidaying or living abroad and in a different timezone. Or you might just want to record the programme and watch it at your leisure. Don’t worry, we’ve got it covered.
All TVMucho memberships come with 7-day recordings*; 10 hours for our free trial membership, and up to 50 hours for our paid Expat TV and Family TV memberships. But what if you need more storage or wish to keep your recordings permanently?
Introducing Later, the personal cloud-based video recording app. Later works seamlessly with all TVMucho memberships and allows you to record up to 300 hours of your favorite films, series, documentaries and shows, permanently.
TVMucho works just like a traditional satellite TV with a slight twist on the technology. Tune in to receive satellite signals from free-to-air broadcasts virtually using your pc, laptop, TV box, tablet, smartphone or TV instead of a physical satellite box. Are you Irish and living in the UK? Click here for more information.