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#53845 14-Dec-2009 11:53
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Hi all

Got this in an email and wondering how true or good it is?

Watch 1,056 LIVE TV CHANNELS on Your PC!

Digital TV for PC
 - Start Watching Immediately
 - No Monthly Fees or Subscriptions
 - Free Automatic Channel Updates

No Monthly Fees!   Instant Download!   No Hardware to Install!

Link is

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  #282232 14-Dec-2009 12:09
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DTV4PC is available for a one-off payment of US $29.99 - some people may find that it's good value, but it's worth reading what users think about it. There are some positive and negative views here: DTV4PC Complaints 

The summary is:
Mixed reviews. It appears video quality and connectivity are issues. Also, the company appears to have over-hyped what the product actually delivers. But the biggest concern is the alleged failure to honor the 30-day money back guaranty

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  #282277 14-Dec-2009 13:32
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Also many free to use programes already allow you to watch TV via internet on your computer already.  They may or may not have the programs you want to view, but it's free and a better place to start.

and programs:

I've used TVU player and Sopcast myself.


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  #282289 14-Dec-2009 13:48
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People actually read/buy stuff from spam??

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  #282297 14-Dec-2009 14:05
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LennonNZ: People actually read/buy stuff from spam??
Totally, I got a great price on some enlargement pills which should arrive any week now......

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  #282303 14-Dec-2009 14:15
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LennonNZ: People actually read/buy stuff from spam??
Totally, I got a great price on some enlargement pills which should arrive any week now......

But your brain is too big already.

Spark FibreMAX using Mikrotik CCR1009-8G-1S-1S+. Apple TV 4, Apple TV 4K, iPad Air 1, iPhone 6s, VodaTV Gen 2. If it doesn't move then its data cabled.

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#282320 14-Dec-2009 14:34
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I need those pills to arrive before I can come up with a suitable come back.

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