Orders are processed during the working day (Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm) & dispatched 1st class recorded delivery, Delivery within the UK can take up to 3 working days and longer to overseas addresses.
A library of over 100 Greek films available for free on demand, including your old time favourite classic film stars; Vougiouklaki, Papamichael, Xanthopoulos, Psaltis, Moustakas, Kourkoulos.
All the episodes of most Greek and Cypriot TV series, available for free on demand; Petrino potami,Kamomata Tz’aromata, Galateia, Prodosies…
Additionally, you can access 1000’s free national and international channels available free on the Roku channel store, such as: Youtube, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sports, 4oD, ITVhub player, Bloomberg, CNN, FOX News, NBC News, Spotify, Vevo, facebook, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Filmon, Euro. You can also add premium subscription channels such Netflix, Sky Movies, SKY Sports, Amazon Video. Detailed information is available from the manufacturers website.
Is CytelUK TV available outside the UK?
Yes it’s available worldwide, but some extra Channels in the Roku Channel Store may not be available due to your geographic location and access rights. As far as the Hellenic TV channels are concerned, these are accessible over the internet from anywhere in the world.
Can I request a CytelUK engineer to visit my Home to connect the CYTEL ROKU TV STICK for me?
Yes this is available upon request at an extra standard charge of £50 including VAT (subject to availability of engineers and travel distances from London).
STEP 1. Plug your Cytel UK Roku TV Stick into your TV’s HDMI
Plug the HDMI connector on the end of your Roku TV Stick into a HDMI port on the back or side of your TV (make note of what port number you’re using as most HDTV’s have more than one HDMI port).
STEP 2. Attaching power to the Roku TV Stick
Plug the included USB cable into the side of the Roku TV Stick and other side into your TV’s USB port. If your TV doesn’t have a USB port, you can instead plug the included power cable into the side of the stick, then plug the other end into an electrical outlet.
STEP 3. Find the TV input for the Roku’s.
Turn on your TV, then press the Input, Video, or Source button on the remote (or the TV) and select the HDMI slot into which the Roku TV Stick is inserted. This will open the Roku’s setup screen, from which point you can begin setting up your Roku TV Stick.
STEP 4. Connect to Wi-Fi
On the network page, do the following:
STEP 5. Now
Sit back and enjoy your favourite shows with stunning detail and clarity. Whether you’re streaming in HD, 4K, or HDR, you’ll enjoy picture quality that’s optimised for your TV with sharp resolution and vivid colour.