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£5 free credit to watch movies online legally!!

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Want to help support your film studio but want to watch films for free - no problem! Sign up now and you get £5 free courtesy of Metro. a movie rental is £2.99 and there are quite a few 99p movies too. So essentially UP to 5 movies for free!

New Movies include: Harry Potter 5 and The Hangover
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#1
Is that the one where Harry gets incredibly drunk and does something rude with his wand?
#2
Benjimoron
Is that the one where Harry gets incredibly drunk and does something rude with his wand?


Wandus inrectumus?
#3
Benjimoron
Is that the one where Harry gets incredibly drunk and does something rude with his wand?


HAHA That was good!!
#4
magicmike87
HAHA That was good!!


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First person to mention Hermine gets an instant ban!
#5
diGriz
Wandus inrectumus?


I'm pretty sure I've seen that one.... :whistling:
#6
whit
I'm pretty sure I've seen that one.... :whistling:


http://image.guardian.co.uk/sys-images/Film/Pix/gallery/2002/10/23/ron3.jpg
#7
Nothing stopping people signing up multiple times with different emails
banned#8
pointless
#9
Mascherano
pointless


why? This is a good way to get some cheap/free films no?
#10
Benjimoron
why? This is a good way to get some cheap/free films no?

also in good quality
#11
What happens to the FUP (Fair usage policy) with your ISP? What happens to those who got a fixed dowload quota each month? You sure have to pay extra to your ISP. Each movie being high quality will be atleast 750MB to a GB or more?

This deal in itself is a good one but to me it is not hot as I will have to pay £1 for each additional GB over the monthly limit.
#12
nomeames
What happens to the FUP (Fair usage policy) with your ISP? What happens to those who got a fixed dowload quota each month? You sure have to pay extra to your ISP. Each movie being high quality will be atleast 750MB to a GB or more?

This deal in itself is a good one but to me it is not hot as I will have to pay £1 for each additional GB over the monthly limit.


Worth getting better broadband if you can. O2 is good for me, unlimited too.
banned#13
Benjimoron
Worth getting better broadband if you can. O2 is good for me, unlimited too.


+1
still think this deal is pointless though
#14
Benjimoron
Worth getting better broadband if you can. O2 is good for me, unlimited too.


I don't want to start a new debate now. I know this will be never ending but NO ( I mean NO) ISP can afford to be UNLIMITED in true sense. I have been with so called unlimited usage ISPs but they do traffic shaping during peak hours. There is an "undisclosed" FUP too. Whats the point in watching a movie off peak hours? (say after midnight). :)
#15
nomeames
I don't want to start a new debate now. I know this will be never ending but NO ( I mean NO) ISP can afford to be UNLIMITED in true sense. I have been with so called unlimited usage ISPs but they do traffic shaping during peak hours. There is an "undisclosed" FUP too. Whats the point in watching a movie off peak hours? (say after midnight). :)


Cool, I'll stick with my unlimited o2 though. Never had a problem with traffic shaping or what not.
#16
Thanks for sharing, FREE is always a good deal (heat added!).

Can't see how these people are going to be making any money, prices are high and purchased videos are useless, since they are all DRM infected.

I was going to use the credit to buy Transporter for £3.99, but don't see the point now as it would not be playable on anything but the PC. Only useful part of the service IMO is the free streaming section, here (I am watching Hustle right now, great show!)

from the FAQ..

Can I burn it onto DVD?
As we are a legal service all our downloads are protected so you will not be able copy any movie/TV episode or burn them onto a DVD.

Can I transfer it to another PC?
You can transfer the movie/TV episode if you have downloaded it and not watched it yet, i.e. before you have claimed your licence by confirming your login details. However, you are not able to copy the file to another PC once you have claimed the licence for your movie/TV episode.

Can I transfer it to a portable device?
Due to studio restrictions, you cannot transfer the title to a portable device.
#17
Sorry, we know you were expecting a promotional deal, but that promotion’s not running any more.
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