Some shows have full seasons, but the ones that did not seem to at least have all episodes of the current season.
Not a lot of time to check this out atm,at work (also no clue why the firewall is not blocking it lol)
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Really depends on personal preference in your household. We often watch 9 out of the 12 channels so getting that for $12.99 a month isn't bad in my opinion. We're unlikely to have cable past October so I might subscribe then.
Jun 5th, 2019 10:54 am
There is a 30 day free trial atm, but if it is like other Amazon services then it will probably be offered in Oct as well
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They have been whining about Netflix / streaming for years, using the excuse of "protecting Canadian culture" (protecting their monopoly).
Jun 5th, 2019 11:29 am
Also looking at just those channels. The cheapest official way to get them until now was basic cable for $25 plus $7 for Food and $7 for HGTV. Those 2 alone are $14 on top of an expensive base package, coming to $44/month which is way too much to watch 2 channels.
Jun 5th, 2019 11:30 am
Yup, this would be more interesting if ALL the channels mentioned in the OP were included, and the cost was $19.99 a month. I'm glad to have an additional competitor though to kick Bell and Rogers in the head like they richly deserve.Scote64 wrote: ↑Jun 5th, 2019 9:40 amIt's an additional streaming service offered to Amazon Prime subscribers. You have to pay for an Amazon Prime subscription, and then pay a monthly fee per channel for each channel you subscribe to. Right now it's limited to a dozen channels all provided by Corus, a mix of live and on-demand. You need a device or box that supports Amazon Prime video.
Right now it's a very cold deal. Marginally warmer (like from parka to heavy sweater) if you already subscribe to Amazon Prime and you only want a few channels. Possibly to get better in the future if Amazon adds way more channels like they have in the U.S., and offers package deals on the monthly fees.
Jun 5th, 2019 11:32 am
Yup, sports are the last remaining reason for anyone to subscribe to cable TV these days, so Bell and Rogers will try to maintain a death grip on sports content.
Jun 5th, 2019 11:40 am
Amazon video service will never be a good experience on a Chromecast. The two companies are in a to-the-death competition.
Jun 5th, 2019 11:40 am