Yes but it's not a discount.Isn't that the same thing? Like 10 dollars a month and a 6 month subscription is 50 dollars.
Hmm, perhaps I'm overpaying then lolAmerican you say?
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To answer your question, a sub with premium quality streams but not including VOD can currently be found for £10 per month/£55 per year.
A sub with standard quality streams (uk sports in 30fps etc) and regularly updated VOD movies and series can be found for £7 per month/£35 per year.
A sub from popular Chinese website with varying quality streams, extensive VOD but very disorganised channel lists and seems mainly aimed at foreign audiences starts from £1.48 a month.
You pay a higher price if you go to an iptv provider that you can Google and they've got a professional looking website that you buy from and a place you raise tickets for issues.Hmm, perhaps I'm overpaying then lol
Spot on that’s how I know it buy cheap buy twice.As stated above, sub prices can fluctuate, cheap subs can seem more appealing in the current climate but I've often found if you buy cheap you buy twice. That's not to say you should be paying over the odds but the £55-60 price range for a solid 12 month service is around the sweet spot.
All Chinese subs are crap Joking aside i did get a few trials and they were all dog poo just 3 million channels in one long list.Spot on that’s how I know it buy cheap buy twice.
I’m not going to say all cheap or Chinese subs are crap as haven’t had one and know a few that use them.
Some sellers can do subs cheap as there on unlimited panels hence 25-35 for year.
Then you have sellers who pay as you go and charge upto 60-70 mark for a year
More than reasonable for a decent well supported service. Come on if it was £75 its less than £1.50 per week which is peanuts.I would say £60 to £75 a year for a good provider that gives a good service with very few issues. I have been offered subs for £30 a year but I've been there and done that and you always get issues .Tell them about issues and they tell you it must be something your end as it's perfect their end. Blah Blah Blah.
Seen a few doing £18 a month now. Not sure what there like. But to me that's dear
have to agree with that, problems arise when buyers jump on £15 a year brigade bandwagon and then it tarnishes the good providers when it all goes to pot. There’s too many cowboys in the game at the minuteTo be fair iptv is a sellers market these days, most resellers have been in the game a while now so they can set whatever price they want as satisfied customers tend to stick with the service they're with and also recommend the service to others which keeps customer numbers ticking over.
I paid £25 for a 12 month standard iptv sub (for my kids bedroom tv) with vod movies and series, from an established seller who I buy my main sub from, he's been in it a long time so I know and trust him.have to agree with that, problems arise when buyers jump on £15 a year brigade bandwagon and then it tarnishes the good providers when it all goes to pot. There’s too many cowboys in the game at the minute
Ive had same one for 5 years+ 2 conns, pretty much flawless, vod is outstanding 12 months £25. No point in sending any pm ref provider as I wont reply. Just pointing out theres no need to over pay people.I paid £25 for a 12 month standard iptv sub (for my kids bedroom tv) with vod movies and series, from an established seller who I buy my main sub from, he's been in it a long time so I know and trust him.
I've always found good value subs to run alongside my main one tbh, had one at £18 a year that was 2 connections for a couple of years, so it's not necessarily the price that should be a red flag.
I don't buy long subs when starting out, a month sub and get in their support group, you can tell after a month if they're competent resellers and if the service meets your requirements but I'm a very low maintenance customer for any seller tbh, very rarely go to them with issues that I need help with.