DIRECTV NOW | Activate Your Device | Roku – AppleTV – AmazonFire – PlayStation – Xbox
Jan11

DIRECTV NOW | Activate Your Device | Roku – AppleTV – AmazonFire – PlayStation – Xbox

DIRECTV NOW is a streaming service that offers more than 120 live TV channels, superior programming options and access to more than 25,000 On Demand shows and movies.  You will be allowed to stream simultaneously on up to two devices. You may connect with DIRECTV via: Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube NOTE: please visit the site directly to verify the details and obtain more information. If you are interested in using the DIRECTV NOW...

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CBS | Activate Your Device | Roku – AppleTV – AmazonFire – PlayStation – Xbox
Jan11

CBS | Activate Your Device | Roku – AppleTV – AmazonFire – PlayStation – Xbox

CBS Corporation was founded in 1927 originally as Columbia Broadcasting System. The name was changed in 1974 to CBS Inc., and then later to CBS Corporation in 1997. Today they offer use of the CBS All Access app. The free version allows users to catch up on the most current primetime, daytime and late night episodes the day after they air for free. CBS All Access subscribers/ paid users gain access to the previous perk along with...

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HBO NOW | Activate Your Device | Activation for Roku – AppleTV – Amazon Fire – Xbox
Jan10

HBO NOW | Activate Your Device | Activation for Roku – AppleTV – Amazon Fire – Xbox

Home Box Office Inc., or HBO was launched in 1972. The difference between HBO NOW and HBO GO is how you subscribe (with or without a TV package). HBO NOW is an on-demand, streaming service that you buy through a subscription provider (a cable or satellite TV package is not required). INTERNET-ONLY SUBSCRIPTION: Standalone, streaming-only service for about $15 month from a participating provider. HBO GO is a streaming service included...

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HBO GO | Activate Your Device | Activation for Roku – AppleTV – Amazon Fire – Xbox
Jan10

HBO GO | Activate Your Device | Activation for Roku – AppleTV – Amazon Fire – Xbox

HBO was founded in 1972 by Time Inc. It is the cable TV channel that was the first to start providing the program by satellite making it the first cable channel in the nation. The difference between HBO NOW and HBO GO is how you subscribe (with or without a TV package). HBO GO is a streaming service included free with your paid HBO subscription through a TV provider (a cable or satellite TV package with HBO is required). HBO NOW is an...

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USA Network | Free Stream | App | Device Set Up | Roku – Xbox One – AppleTV – Amazon Fire
Jan10

USA Network | Free Stream | App | Device Set Up | Roku – Xbox One – AppleTV – Amazon Fire

USA Network is a cable TV channel owned by NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment Group which is owned by Comcast. The channel has been available since 1977 originally as UA-Columbia/MSG but was later changed to USA Network in 1980. You may connect with USA Network via: Facebook Twitter Instagram The difference between the NBC Sports Gold and NBC Sports Apps: NBC Sports Gold is a standalone streaming service that is purchased online...

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Playstation Vue | Activate Your Device | Apple TV / Roku
Jan09

Playstation Vue | Activate Your Device | Apple TV / Roku

PlayStation Vue is a streaming service that allows you watch TV on up to 5 devices with up to 10 different profiles. No PlayStation console is required just a compatible device such as: Roku amazon fireTV fireTVstick androidtv appleTV Sony tv’s the web/internet Google Chromecast iPad, iPhone or android phone & tablets click here for the full list Click here to learn more about the channels, shows and prices available with...

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