The WatchTVonPC.tv Internet TV service will give you instant access to more than 12,000 TV channels -- films, music, weather, sports, TV shows... You will be able to watch thousands of channels and movies within seconds of becoming a member.
The program is perfect if you travel a lot, don't have access to cable/satellite TV in your area or if you want to see some great shows your current TV provider does not offer.
The service is great for your home too: you will be allowed to download and view on up to 6 computers or laptops with one membership!
Price: $44.95* one-time fee.
Once you become a member you will be able to download some simple software (Microsoft Media Player, RealPlayer or QuickTime Media Player, Net Framework) and channel viewers to access all of the TV channels. All required software will be provided in the members' area for free.
A good Internet connection is all that is required to view the programming anytime and anywhere. A good broadband cable/DSL connection with 128K minimum speed is required for optimum performance, but the service will work on a 56k dial up connection as well. You will just need to wait longer for the TV channels to buffer.
Supported operating systems: Windows XP (Professional or Home Edition), Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 95, Windows 98, or Vista Home or Professional. MAC users will need to have a current OS X version with .exe download abilities. PC hardware requirements are not high: a minimum of 10Mb hard disk space and at least 64Mb system memory (128Mb system memory is recommended).
You only pay a small one-time fee. There are no additional costs or monthly subscription payments.
* The price can change any time, see the site for up-to-date information!
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Disclaimer: All the information presented on this page is based on the tests made by the reviewer and personal opinion of the author. Your experience may vary depending on your computer skills, type of your operation system, computer hardware, internet connection or other factors we don't have under our control.
Page last updated on: June 7th 2009