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Post by Plate Cap » Sat Dec 10, 2022 1:31 pm

Just signed up for frndly...usable on Roku, Android, ios, and PC/Mac browser. First week is 'free', but you have to sign up for it to try it. You can quit it if you don't like it.

I went with the $89 a year deal.....about 40 channels with a virtual DVR option. 2 devices can stream at a time.

The programming has a lot of the old stuff I like....MeTV, Decades, etc. Naturally a lot of this is available on subchannels, but I don't have an outside antenna nor do I have coax distribution throughout the home.

After a week, I'm pretty impressed. The DVR option makes it worthwhile, as a lot of the nostalgia TV has heavy spotloads. Poof...they are gone.

The box that many broadcasters won’t look outside of was made in 1969 and hasn’t changed significantly since.

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Re: frndly

Post by audiophile » Sun Dec 11, 2022 10:25 pm

I like it too.

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