Freebox: All Canal+ Channels Available Free of Charge Until September 1, 2019

Freebox subscribers have access to the six Canal+ channels free of charge for one week, from August 26 to September 1, 2019. The opportunity to take advantage of this opportunity to watch the upcoming Ligue 1 games of OM and PSG, unreleased films and original Canal series.

At the end of August 2019, Free announces that all Canal+ channels will be available free-to-air to Freebox subscribers until September 1 at 12:00 noon. Almost a whole week of access to the group’s contents without having to pay. Of course, this is a non-binding offer without any obligation and without any action on your part. All you have to do is turn on your TV to enjoy it.

Free the channels available free of charge on the Freebox

For those who are not used to it, here is where you can find the six channels available during these few days:

  • Channel + : 4
  • Canal+ Cinema : 41
  • Canal+ Sport : 42
  • Canal+ Séries : 43
  • Canal+ Family : 44
  • Canal+ Décalé : 45

Of course, this is not the richest time of the year in terms of TV programmes. But you’ll probably find your happiness at some point on one of the six channels. On the evening of August 26th, football fans will be able to watch Ligue 2 with Guingamp-Valenciennes on Canal+ Sport. And if you don’t know Platane yet, go to Canal+ Séries.

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For the rest of the week, science fiction fans can’t miss Blade Runner 2049 on Canal+ on August 27 (rebroadcast on Canal+ Décalé the next day). On 28 August, the Nice-Marseille derby will be played in a match rescheduled from the third matchday of Ligue 1. On the 29th, the film Overlord is broadcast on Canal+ Cinéma at 8:50 pm. On Canal+ Family at the same time, you get X-Men: the beginning. For the 30th of the month, Canal+ will broadcast Johnny English counter-attack, while Metz-PSG can be followed on Canal+ Sport. Finally, to finish off August in style, we have 31 Lukas with Jean-Claude Van Damme on Canal+ and Hippocrate on Canal+ Séries.





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