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Old 09-18-2020, 04:37 AM   #1
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Cheap Live TV

Cheap live streaming TV

I found two low cost live TV providers that I like:


Frndly TV: Bonanza, Gunsmoke, INSP and many more.

15 channels for as low as $5.99 a month

www.frndlytv.com


Philo TV:

61 channels for $20 a month

www.philo.com


Just passing along free info....
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We get the shows you first mentioned free over the airwaves.
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Old 09-18-2020, 06:13 AM   #3
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There are dozens of free streaming services with the same shows. Pluto TV, Tubi TV, Crackle, Vudu,,,. Some are on demand while others are scheduled continuous running of specific shows or genres for the binge watcher. You may have to endure commercials rather than paying for a service.

And as RKins posted, GRIT, MeTV, Quest, Antenna TV and the other secondary networks that are free to air broadcast channels.
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Old 09-18-2020, 06:57 AM   #4
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I just checked out the free... I rather pay a little to get what I have.
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Old 09-18-2020, 07:03 AM   #5
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Even when we had cable and/or dish we usually only watched a hand full of stations and finally gave up on it.

We did get a subscription to Netfilx about 6 years ago, my wife watches it some, I seldom do.

We just built a new SB house and I installed a good antenna in the attic, out of the weather, and currently get +40 stations. Yes, half of them are useless but all of them are free.

If I can't find something to watch I turn the TV off and read something.
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I get lots of stations at home too, but on the road in remote area's my rv antenna won't pick up as well.
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most of those shows can be had from OTA channels..if you want live locals, in many parts of the country you can get Locast on a Roku. it is free but they ask for 5$ donation . also, Pluto has an ever expanding bunch of free programing. with a good data plan and a Roku stick you can get a lot of stuff. the hitch is always the DVR part of the setup.
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Cheap Live TV

Hereís a pretty good recent review of streaming services. Iím currently doing a free 2-week trial of YouTube TV. Pretty neat, but not exactly cheap and it does use a lot of cellular data.

https://www.cnet.com/news/best-tv-st...8-d534ab07d5f1
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My favorite is the INSP network and it is not free.

I watch it on my iphone and Ipad also, with the above providers.
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