I understand about your fixed income and you being at home all of the time. This may not be the answer that you are looking for but you can try that if you think it will work for you, i can't really answer that question but can give an suggestion. if you have or get internet there is a product called Roku i'm not sure if you have heard of this or familiar but it hooks up to either wired or wireless internet and you can get so many channels esp. movies for free and music. and also can subscribe to netflix with or w/o the movies by mail and it is $7.99 month and you get alot of the channels free besides netflix. or you can subscribe to hulu, or get things on amazon but it does cost. the only set back on this is the roku is a little pricey to get started when i bought mine it was $99.00. but that is all you purchase except subscription for what ever you chose and there are tv shows on the networks like ex. Sons of anarchy,and other actual tv shows that you can watch diff seasons all at once even but will tell you that they are not necessarily current more like 1 season behind on most shows but still can watch the 1st season all at once etc.. those channels are unlimited once you pay the 7.99 monthly on netflix i think on some others as well but havent subscribed to any others yet. But there is no contract you can cancel anytime but there is so much to watch you will never be bored. this is just a thought. there are other systems besides roku that do the same thing. just check into it. Trust me it will be worth it.I didnt take the mail part of the netflix with my subscription to aggravating and didnt want to spend more than i was and you can also get things free for a month like hulu you just have to sign up. its easy to learn and when you go through all of the programs-channels they will tell you if free or the price and you can save the things you want to keep and go back to them anytime and watch movies as you choose. like i said so much is free i have had mine for 2 yrs now and still havent been able to watch all of the free channels and they add more free channels all of the time which is cool. good luck. just do some research for yourself like i said its well worth it if you have internet. i actually bought mine at walmart so you can go online and look.Some systems may even be cheaper as well just not familiar with other names. Its just a small box that plugs into your HDMI port, make sure you read everything to make sure you have what you need before purchase like how it hooks up and to what...Good luck and if you do purchase the rabbit let all of us know how good it is. Thanks God bless..
you can get all of those, but not LIVE. You'll get EPISODES, and some cost a small fee
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
Skip this. Seriously. You'll waste $10 of your precious SS disbursement.
If you don't have high-speed Internet, it's of no use to you.
It won't have most of the list you give on the question.
It is an aggregator (meaning a search engine) for this stuff- Google and Bing will do you better if you've got high-speed Internet.
With High-speed Internet, getting arrangements with Hulu, Netflix, etc. will set you back about $40-ish for the main plays. You won't get the bulk of those, but many of them will allow part of their content to be streamed for free or all of it for a small fee.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
I am on disability too. This is not live tv like watching on cable. My only provider for cable is 82 a month for 55 channels of analogue. No VOD. I was hoping to dump them for this. Did not quite work out.
Think Netflix meets HuluPlus meets Youtube. You cannot turn on Fox for background noise. Virtually everything is episodes. But you can get episodes of virtually everything. All content available on the web at websites is found and categorized for you. I think there is more accessibility than Netflix or HuluPlus compbined. And no waiting for disks in the mail.
I believe there is actually a 10 dollar a year renewal fee but mthat is cheaper than a month of Netflix.
There is VOD and PPV. There are also premium content channels I have not bought. Not sure if the HBO, ESPN premium stuff is streaming episodes.
Hope this helps , buddy. My suggestion, spend the 10 bucks and see if it is right for you. It is a little overhyped but not a scam. And a lot cheaper than 190 a month.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
Littlemesa this is not for you this is not even close to what it advertises all it does is takes you to other websites you tube, crackle, amazon etc
answered 1 year, 9 months ago