Misrepresented never told it required a credit card to use the Roku
I have a Roku unit. I recently bought Amazon Prime for 1 year.
There are some decent movies to watch on Prime.
Besides movies, Prime also has free quicker shipping on some items, free books that normally cost, and music. I have not tried the music feature, yet.
It is cheaper than a cable bill. That makes me happy. :womanhappy:
I do not have to stand in public with a credit card in my hand for the public to watch me holding a credit card at a Redbox.
It does have some free channels.
No. It does not replace all cable channels.
I got rid of cable when I was told basic would cost me $150.00 bucks a month.
I have an atenna. I discovered that if face the antenna towards the window my television receives a lot more channels. :womantongue:
It’s not a problem, your card is not used unless you authorize its use. Roku is great and there are tons of free shows to watch and some premium (paid) channels that are well worth the cost.
Res. I can verify what they are saying below is true. You don’t have to purchase premium channels on the roku, and if the card expires, you don’t have to enter a new one. The only time you would be charged anything, is if you actively buy a channel. I think HSN might also have a remote buying option, but I’m not sure, as I do 99% of my ordering online.
I hope you enjoy your new device. 🙂
Hello res1ubc2, I’m sorry to hear there is confusion regarding the Roku service. It does offer hundreds of free channels. The only time you would be charged is if you decide to subscribe to specific channels or services such as Netflix. I hope this information is helpful.
I listed one of my cc that was about to expire. The card expired three months later. … As planned, I did not renew it and I declined to enter another CC information..
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05.30.15 9:39 AM