Video streaming - I want to stream video

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Based on resolver’s experience to date, the two main ways of streaming video online are either by subscription or pay per view.

Pay per view video streaming sites often offer the latest film and TV releases, and they don’t require a subscription. However, they can be much more expensive than a subscription service, especially if you use the service frequently.

Subscription packages are often much cheaper than pay per view services – but they don’t usually offer the very latest film or TV releases. Some of the larger companies offer free monthly trials to their customers, but usually require you to give them credit or debit card details to take up the offer. This can be great, as it gives you a chance to see if the subscription is for you – but the subscription can be tricky to terminate.

Before you pay for either service, be sure to check that your broadband is fast enough to stream videos and that your broadband provider has a generous, preferably unlimited, download limit.

Resolver can help you resolve any issue arising quickly, free of charge and without the hassle. We can also help you with the next step of writing your complaint. Click on the link below to create your email.

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