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BT Vision has expanded its range of on-demand content by bringing BBC iPlayer to the platform.

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Customers already had access to many BBC programmes through the TV Replay service, although full iPlayer integration means this is no longer necessary for BT Vision subscribers.

The BT Vision TV Replay utility still offers content from other channels though, such as ITV Net Player, 4oD and Demand 5.

The move represents further expansion for the BBC's on-demand service, which now appears on dozens of platforms from the Nintendo Wii to the iPad. Nice to see Auntie Beeb working to cater for all of the licence-payers out there. ®

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