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How do you get Amazon Prime for R49 per month?
If you have Amazon prime, you qualify to get Amazon prime at a discounted discount, delivered free, at your door step. :crylaugh:
The rest of us pays like $12.
Prime Video, on the other hand is now $2.99 for the first 6 months and then $5.99. Don't know what he was referring to.
So they understand the difference between broadcasting rights and streaming rights.He said their biggest obstacle was not sports broadcasting rights, but securing the streaming rights for all the entertainment content they offer on their existing DStv packages.
https://mybroadband.co.za/vb/showth...nd-regulated-the-same-as-DStv-in-South-AfricaMultiChoice has called on ICASA to ensure the playing field for all broadcasters in the country is level, regardless of their underlying technology.
How did they take your money? Did you sign a willing agreement with them to provide a service to you for said price? Or did they not give you a choice like Eskom?I really hope that this fails for MultiChoice... They've taken too much money from us for all these years so yes i really mean it if i say that i hope it all falls down into their face!
Showmax is included for a cheaper fee on other packages, think it's R49 on Compact.Showmax - meant to be included for premium subscribers does not work.
Only premium subscribers can stream . . . . so the 'higher numbers' statement is meaningless.
It's time to un-bundle channels and allow one to CHERRY-PICK what channels you want to subscribe to.
Providing a pay-per-view service for events like international Rugby could do very well with international viewers able to access local events.
This should all be easily do-able, but they fear taking the plunge - at their peril.