Try 30 days free of Britbox - cancel any time

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Posted 14th Nov
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Reviews for cancelling are poor.
ITV Hub+ is £3.99 (still too expensive) or free with ads, iPlayer is free with no ads. Britbox is a waste of £5.99
jamie1514/11/2019 20:29

ITV Hub+ is £3.99 (still too expensive) or free with ads, iPlayer is free …ITV Hub+ is £3.99 (still too expensive) or free with ads, iPlayer is free with no ads. Britbox is a waste of £5.99


Does Britbox require a TV licence? Nothing on it interested me anyway. I cancelled my free trial and deleted my account (after posting this of course)
Rather keep my 5.99 to be honest
andrewworrall114/11/2019 20:33

Does Britbox require a TV licence? Nothing on it interested me anyway. I …Does Britbox require a TV licence? Nothing on it interested me anyway. I cancelled my free trial and deleted my account (after posting this of course)


I don't think so, and I do realise this, but still not worth the money. TV licence costs £154.50 a year without any discounts. This service would cost £71.88 a year (excluding trial). BritBox will generally show the older shows not on TV but I would rather watch the latest.

When Channel 4, Channel 5, and Comedy Central join next year it will become more interesting. I could have seen Now TV merging with BritBox in the future but now Comcast owns it it's unlikely.
jamie1514/11/2019 20:47

I don't think so, and I do realise this, but still not worth the money. TV …I don't think so, and I do realise this, but still not worth the money. TV licence costs £154.50 a year without any discounts. This service would cost £71.88 a year (excluding trial). BritBox will generally show the older shows not on TV but I would rather watch the latest.When Channel 4, Channel 5, and Comedy Central join next year it will become more interesting. I could have seen Now TV merging with BritBox in the future but now Comcast owns it it's unlikely.


True, to be honest. Thankfully the trial is free so I didn't waste 599p
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