Freedomland, which claims to be Europe’s largest provider of Internet TV, enters the UK this week. Its set-top box technology gives users restricted access to the Net via their existing TV sets. For a subscription of &£6.99 a month plus the cost of local dial-up charges, UK consumers will be given access to a ‘walled garden’ that includes BBC Online, WH Smith, Thornton’s, Ebookers and Sports.com. Freedomland has already been rolled out in Italy, Germany and Spain, attracting 130,000 subscribers in 18 months. The service aims to have 100,000 UK subscribers by the end of the year.