On demand streaming services

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On-demand streaming services

Neither of these service offer live TV broadcasts.


One of the most dominant names in streaming, Netflix charges $9.99 a month for the standard package that includes unlimited TV and movies.

But if money is tight, you could pay a $7.99 monthly rate if you’re willing to forgo high-definition (HD) programming. You’ll only be able to watch in standard definition and only on one screen at the same time in your home.

Netflix is distinguishing itself from the rest of the crowd by pumping a lot of money into creating original content to keep you coming back for more.

Amazon Prime

The biggest selling point of Amazon Prime might be the free two-day shipping at $99 a year. But don’t overlook the service’s robust streaming component.

If streaming is all you want, you’ll pay $8.99 a month. Like Netflix, Amazon is putting big bucks into its original programming too.

Avoid Set Tv boxes that claim to start at $20 per month.  Another IPTV box claiming to give everything and false promises.  They’re promoted on youtube on a show called Cheaters.

Set TV’s army of enthusiastic YouTubers might lead you to believe that it’s a groundbreaking new internet TV service. However, information we’ve uncovered on the company has led us to believe that Set TV is definitely not legit.

A few weeks ago, Universal, Columbia, Disney, 20th Century Fox, Paramount, Warner Bros., Amazon and Netflix joined forces to sue the pants off an IPTV box vendor called TickBox. Set TV and other IPTV resellers like it may be their next targets.