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never pay a monthly cable or satellite bill again
RabbitTV Plus brings together thousands of online entertainment sources into one easy-to-use guide,
episodes from the top TV networks, the largest free movie libraries, hundreds of curated live channels and more.
Watch the latest episodes from top networks like ABC, NBC, CBS, History, A&E and many more. Also enjoy hundreds of classic TV shows from the last 50 years.
Browse by genre, actor, rating and more to find the perfect movie for any occasion - over 100,000 free and pay per view titles, including the latest box office hits on-demand.
Enjoy the ultimate lean-back experience with hundreds of 24/7 live channels covering everything from news and sports to music, comedy and more.
Get instant access to over 50,000 streaming radio stations, or explore thousands of music videos and live concerts from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and today.
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This $24 purchase for Rabbit TV is worth it and will help me reach my goal to lower my entertainment budget/costs and eliminate cable/satellites costs. Another neat feature is that once you register - you can watch rabbit TV on any web-enabled device -- I have already tested it on my Kindle, television, and mobile phone.
Until Rabbit TV, I pretty much watched any shows I missed on TV online. Rabbit still pretty much lets me do that, but it makes finding those shows so much easier. I can remember looking at sketchy YouTube vids for some of the shows I wanted to see because they just weren't available anywhere else. I don't have to do that anymore.
My cable and internet are run by two different companies. The internet is consistent, but the cable goes out all the time. I keep Rabbit TV around as a backup for my cable, and so far, I've used it three times in the past month. I'm actually thinking about cancelling my cable altogether and just using Rabbit TV. If I can convince my partner to pull the trigger, it's a done deal.
I have to stay in a hotel a lot for work, but most of the hotels they put me in have really basic cable – like 13 channels basic. I used to bring a DVD player and some movies with me, but that got to be too much of a hassle to lug back and forth. I now watch movies through Rabbit TV, both the free ones and the premium ones that cost a couple bucks. So much easier than bring movie after movie in my bags!
I've been really happy with my Rabbit TV overall. I hate using Google to search for something I want to watch, I have to go to twenty different sites before actually finding one that's really free that you don't have to download anything. With Rabbit TV I can go right to what I want to watch without the hassle.