M1 and Eazie TV launch first-of-its-kind TV service in Singapore.

Oh, you still have a set-top box at home? You might not need it any more, now with Eazie TV in charge.


M1 Limited (M1), one of Singapore’s big mobile telco players, recently partnered with regional content-streaming start-up Eazie TV. This partnership sees a new live TV streaming app that’s about to rock your entertainment world.

The best part? Subscriptions are as low as S$19.98 for M1 customers and $24.98 for external folks.

Isn’t that a little expensive, you might ask? Here’s the kicker – Eazie TV isn’t just another stream in the digital sea. The service is a hassle-free system without contracts or those clunky traditional TV set-top boxes cluttering up your living room. Who needs those, right?

Plus, it’s the ultimate team player, supporting multiple devices. One subscription, four streaming devices.

Whether you’re lounging in front of the TV, chilling with your tablet, or kicking back on your computer, Eazie TV’s got your back. Just download the app, sign up, and boom – 24/7 entertainment right at your fingertips.

Now, let’s talk channels, shall we? We’re talking over 75 live TV channels here, folks, and the lineup reads like a VIP guest list to the ultimate entertainment party. From Discovery’s mind-bending documentaries to the ever-popular Nickelodeon giggles, and not to mention the pulse-pounding drama of Hunan TV International, this app’s got it all.

Oh, and we’ve got your news fix sorted with CNN International, your heart racing with TLC, and your adrenaline pumping with AXN. And that’s just a sneak peek, folks. Trust me; your remote control is about to get a well-deserved break.

Eazie TV lets you take the show on the road too, literally. Imagine catching up on your favourite news channels during your morning commute, or indulging in some late-night laughs with your tablet in bed. Life just got a whole lot more entertaining, didn’t it?

And guess what, M1’s throwing in a little treat for its own. If you’re a loyal M1 customer with their mobile, fibre, or Maxx plans, you’re in for a 30-day subscription on the house.

For the curious souls who are itching to know how and where to dive into this streaming extravaganza, a little visit to this highlighted text here is all you need. Below is also a compilation of channels available on the platform.

Eazie TV list of channels.

* Channels in bold are currently only available on Eazie TV

No.ChannelGenre
1ABC AustraliaLIFESTYLE
2AFN (Asian Food Network)LIFESTYLE
3*Al Jazeera EnglishNEWS
4Animal PlanetDOCUMENTARY
5AnimaxKIDS
6ANIPLUSKIDS
7Arirang TVLIFESTYLE
8AXNENTERTAINMENT
9Bloomberg OriginalsNEWS
10Bloomberg TV+NEWS
11CartoonitoKIDS
12Cartoon NetworkKIDS
13CCM (Classic Celestial Movies) 天映经典频道MOVIES
14CCTV-4ASIAN
15*CCTV-OperaASIAN
16CGTNNEWS
17*Channel [V] China [V]音乐台ASIAN
18*CinemaWorldMOVIES
19Celestial Movies 天映频道MOVIES
20CNBCNEWS
21CNN InternationalNEWS
22Crime + InvestigationDOCUMENTARY
23Discovery ChannelDOCUMENTARY
24Discovery AsiaDOCUMENTARY
25*DIZIENTERTAINMENT
26DMAXDOCUMENTARY
27Dragon TV International 东方卫视国际频道ASIAN
28DreamWorksKIDS
29DSCI (Discovery Science)DOCUMENTARY
30DW EnglishNEWS
31*EDGEsportSPORTS
32EurosportSPORTS
33FashionTVLIFESTYLE
34FIGHT SPORTSSPORTS
35*FILMBOX ARTHOUSEMOVIES
36FOX News ChannelNEWS
37France 24 EnglishNEWS
38*GBA Satellite TV 大湾区卫视ASIAN
39GEMASIAN
40*Global TrekkerDOCUMENTARY
41HISTORYDOCUMENTARY
42HITSENTERTAINTMENT
43HITS MOVIESMOVIES
44HITS NOWENTERTAINTMENT
45Hunan TV International   湖南国际频道ASIAN
46*INPLUSDOCUMENTARY
47*KBS KOREAASIAN
48KBS WORLDASIAN
49*KIXENTERTAINTMENT
50LifetimeENTERTAINMENT
51*Mezzo LiveLIFESTYLE
52*MOLA GolfSPORTS
53*MOLA SportsSPORTS
54*MoonbugKIDS
55MTV 90sLIFESTYLE
56MTV LiveLIFESTYLE
57NHK WORLD-JAPANNEWS
58NickelodeonKIDS
59Nick Jr.KIDS
60*Oh! JazzLIFESTYLE
61ONEASIAN
62Paramount NetworkENTERTAINMENT
63Phoenix Chinese Channel 凤凰卫视中文台ASIAN
64Phoenix InfoNews 凤凰卫视资讯台NEWS

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Sean Loo

Ignition Labs' resident editor loves all things retro, even though he was born in the late 90s. His main job encompasses tons of driving (and a massive carbon footprint), but he swears he turns off the lights each time he leaves his room.

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