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Thinking about dropping cable recommendations for online services?

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Ok so im getting fed up with paying $120 a month to watch just a few channels and already having a subscription to netflix makes it even worse

So do any of you have any favorite streaming programs aside from hulu and netflix. I dont mind paying aslong as its reasonable. Anything that has the USA shows would be great too as my gf likes alot of their series.
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utorrent
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Originally Posted by nazarein View Post
utorrent
lol talk of piracy is not allowed on here

im looking for some legit services to stream
post #4 of 9
veetle or jtv work good for me tones of channels
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give joost a shot
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lol talk of piracy is not allowed on here

im looking for some legit services to stream
hey i never said what to download on utorrent, im sure theres plenty of non copywritten materials there. IDK though i never used it myself
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Thanks guys ill give those a shot and see how they do
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I use Hulu+, and Netflix plus uTorrent. As stated above, there are plenty of torrents of non copywrited material. You make your own choice as to what you want to download. (disregard my avatar)

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i use netflix and i havent tried hulu plus yet what do you think of it?
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