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Old 09-09-2017, 10:39   #3256
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Re: Virgin Media V6 - Powered by TiVo(new STB)

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We are not talking about the Sky high prices though as you know what l mean but then again the emperor does like to changes his cloths from day to day.
I certainly do welcome the new app, but the cost of access to the material was what I was baulking at.

I guess we can't complain if these are the market rates being charged. I have rarely used PPV because of its cost, and have not bought a DVD for some years, given the ease of streaming and the fact that once I've seen something, I never watch it again.. However, when I saw the price charged for Game of Thrones, I wondered who would pay that kind of money. But I suppose when compared to the cost of DVDs in the shops, this will be attractive for some.

Just one thing, though. The app seems a little clunky to use. Do others think that, or is it just me? I like the appearance of it, though, quite an improvement for Virgin.
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