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ARTICLE: Best Video Streaming Trials and Offers During UK Lockdown

mt1980

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They probably think they don't need deals as all the potential customers are on "Lockdown" so they'll pay regardless. The offers are usually frequent and when you are a customer and try to cancel the site actually haggles with you to stay :D
 

JabbaNut

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Can you trust them ?


ios or android airy.tv in app store
 
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jdevil

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How lame are Disney with a 7 day trial, they make 11 times in profit then Netflix do.

Guess they know people will lap it up.
 

invisiblekid

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Not at the minute they're not!
 

jdevil

Distinguished Member
Exactly and on top of that, it’s a fiver so what do people expect.
Amazon, Netflix and et al are also £4.99/£5.99. Hardly expecting much if the norm is 30 days trial.

Anyway I've subscribed as I managed to get it for £49 plus £23 cashback.
 

mrmrh

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If you’re a horror fan I’ve heard good things about Shudder.
 

JabbaNut

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DMR Launches RetroCrush, a Channel for Classic Anime

Free with adverts


 

Rog69

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Yes, CDkeys been around years, I've used them several times.
Don't make the mistake I did recently though, I bought three cheap monthly keys but could only redeem one on my account, I saved the rest to add the following month but they had expired. The keys I bought from them were limited to one per account and time limited too, it wasn't abundantly clear on the CD Keys website that this was the case.
 

Roohster

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I signed up for the Disney trial and I'll be watching The Avengers quadrilogy.

I watched the first one last night and the PQ was superb, I was quite impressed.
Not sure I'm impressed enough to continue after the trial period, we'll see. :p
 

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