I was cheated HSN
Are you kidding me? During the whole presentation Adam and LEA were like there is so much free stuff it will keep you busy for a long time. My question is where are all the free stuff not the 1903 tv shows but the new tv shows. Even the ad free shows you have to pay for the ad free portion of it.
What they neglect to say is almost all 250000 are pay-to-view say 99.99%. I spent 4 hours looking over the movies and shows and everyone I seen was a pay-to-view movie or TV show. So disappointed I felt like I was lied too and in a sense I was. Now what kind of review do you think this product is going to get?
So if you are thinking about roku just know you have to pay-to-view 99.99% of what they show you on the presentation. Where are all the free movies they were mentioning? I even watched the presentation and did all she did to see the free movies and shows she said were there. And pow what she did not do is go and start to play one if she did you would have seen all of them were pay to view.
Like for the movie Mr. & Ms. Smith a movie from 2005 over 10 years old cost 2.99 to rent it. Here is another one Interview with a vampire from 1994 cost 2.99 an movie you can buy on dvd anywhere for under 2 bucks.
How is this any different than cable? Average movie was 2.99 what a shame they mislead you into thinking you get 250000 free movies like they said. this is for sure on the return list
You use Roku to watch Netflix and other things; you need it for that.
I have found it best to go to search google or even better go to the products own website and research items such as this.HSN hits the highlights but don’t have time to do a complete and detailed description of everything.Most people already know what these products do or don’t do but many of us like myself don’t so its important not to just rely on the HSN presentation when it is like that.If you go to the Roku website you might get a better understanding or search google with "Is roku free"
YouTube, Pandora, PBS, PBS Kids, Hasbro, Crackle, VEVO, CrunchyRoll, Baeble, Popcornflix, Smithsonian, Allrecipes,NetFit,The Scene,Yahoo Screen should be free for example.Also check out the “Top Free” section in the Channel Store to find many more free channels.Hope you can find information you need to enjoy it.
Also, ABC, NBC, Fox have many current shows on . They are posted a day or two late but the are ”Free Free Free”. All of the major Shopping Channels are ”Free Free Free”. CBS has live TV for $5 a month. They include old comedy and dramatic shows.
A lot of old TBS, A&E programming is "". "". "".
If you subscribe to Amazon, Hulu, Netflix … So much of it is Free Free Free.
For $20. per month you can watch live CNN along with other programming on Sling.
Faith based / Religious Channels and Youtube are … Free.
If you do have cable subscribtions, you can sign in to many cable shows including HBOtogo and Showtimetogo.
Many people frequently rent and purchase movies. Roku is an easy way to accomodate that.
ROKU is a good deal. It is a 5-Star deal. – IMO.
Love my Rokus – have 2, we use them for youtube, amazon prime, netflix, hulu…yes those last 3 are paid subscriptions. Still worth it for us.cheeper then upgrading my not so smart flat screens to smart tvs.
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03.31.16 5:54 PM