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Why do you feel the need to individually post each film on iPlayer as a deal? If you are gonna do it, just put them all into one
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Why do you feel the need to individually post each film on iPlayer as a deal? If you are gonna do it, just put them all into one
Though this movie was c**p lol
Dear God no... Please... Stop...
not free for all, but it is free for licence payers......
maddogb13/04/2020 11:57

not free for all, but it is free for licence payers......


No its not its included in the price of your licence fee. Thats like saying everything on netfix is free as long as you pay for it
cruse238213/04/2020 13:15

No its not its included in the price of your licence fee. Thats like …No its not its included in the price of your licence fee. Thats like saying everything on netfix is free as long as you pay for it


I think that is what there saying.Put another way,if you havent got a tv licence its free.
When I tried to watch via iPlayer it said I need a subscription which was over £150 a year??

Confused?
Chiptivo13/04/2020 13:25

When I tried to watch via iPlayer it said I need a subscription which was …When I tried to watch via iPlayer it said I need a subscription which was over £150 a year?? Confused?


No it's free
mrTea6713/04/2020 13:23

I think that is what there saying.Put another way,if you havent got a tv …I think that is what there saying.Put another way,if you havent got a tv licence its free.


Yes but its not you've paid for it when you paid for your tv licence so there for its not free its cost you £150+
cruse238213/04/2020 13:32

Yes but its not you've paid for it when you paid for your tv licence so …Yes but its not you've paid for it when you paid for your tv licence so there for its not free its cost you £150+


I haven't paid anything today and I watched a film. That means it's free
“Free” on amazon prime also
BARKMAN13/04/2020 13:45

“Free” on amazon prime also


You have to pay an annual fee for prime though so not free I'm afraid
skankingpigeons13/04/2020 13:46

You have to pay an annual fee for prime though so not free I'm afraid


And it’s fine to join in
skankingpigeons13/04/2020 13:41

I haven't paid anything today and I watched a film. That means it's free


I paid for my Prime subscription back in November. Since 'I haven't paid anything today', am I getting the movies on there to watch for free?
skankingpigeons13/04/2020 14:15

Just need tv license


Ahh I get ya. £155+ subscription.

Bit expensive, I'll give it a miss and vote cold. But thanks for the post.
Chiptivo13/04/2020 15:53

Ahh I get ya. £155+ subscription. Bit expensive, I'll give it a miss and …Ahh I get ya. £155+ subscription. Bit expensive, I'll give it a miss and vote cold. But thanks for the post.



I got it free with my licence for Radio 1
maddogb13/04/2020 16:04

I got it free with my licence for Radio 1


Hahaha You paid a £150+ subscription to listen to BBC Radio 1 when there is no requirement too..
Edited by: "Chiptivo" 13th Apr
Chiptivo13/04/2020 16:05

Hahaha You paid a £150+ subscription to listen to BBC Radio 1 when there …Hahaha You paid a £150+ subscription to listen to BBC Radio 1 when there is no requirement too..



I consider it a charitable donation to the fine services provided by the BBC
maddogb13/04/2020 16:07

I consider it a charitable donation to the fine services provided by the …I consider it a charitable donation to the fine services provided by the BBC


Paying for paedophiles pensions.
Chiptivo13/04/2020 16:09

Paying for paedophiles pensions.



That's a bit strong, accusing every pensioned BBC person of being a paedophile :O
maddogb13/04/2020 16:14

That's a bit strong, accusing every pensioned BBC person of being a …That's a bit strong, accusing every pensioned BBC person of being a paedophile :O


I didn't accuse everyone of them.


I think Stuart Hall was my biggest surprise of them to be honest.
Edited by: "Chiptivo" 13th Apr
cruse238213/04/2020 13:32

Yes but its not you've paid for it when you paid for your tv licence so …Yes but its not you've paid for it when you paid for your tv licence so there for its not free its cost you £150+


YES I KNOW. I thought he was implying its free IF you dont have a tv licence,WHICH of course it would be.But after reading maddogb's short post again im unsure about his comment unless he means the over 75's.Has or hasnt that been scrapped now ? im not sure.
cruse238213/04/2020 13:32

Yes but its not you've paid for it when you paid for your tv licence so …Yes but its not you've paid for it when you paid for your tv licence so there for its not free its cost you £150+

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