Would you pay $99? No, $49? Well, then how's $33pa?

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Would you pay $99? No, $49? Well, then how's $33pa?

Post by Gully » Fri Jul 05, 2013 19:08

... just for you $33.

there is a new improved code TUIceTV33 for $33 a year and this one can buy multiple years.
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Thanks for that Gully

Post by dwd1249 » Fri Jul 05, 2013 21:49

My email only offered me $49 which I wasn't going to worry about. But for $33 I took another year. Good until April 2015.

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Re: Would you pay $99? No, $49? Well, then how's $33pa?

Post by capnstoobie » Mon Jul 08, 2013 08:54

Gully wrote:... just for you $33.

there is a new improved code TUIceTV33 for $33 a year and this one can buy multiple years.
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Post by Jarse » Sat Feb 01, 2014 11:54

Thanks for the info Gully, but that's now expired :(

I've just received my renewal for this year - $99.00 At $49.00 it was marginal value to me. At over a 100% markup, I won't be renewing this time around.... :)

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Post by Gully » Sat Feb 01, 2014 12:40

Jarse wrote:Thanks for the info Gully, but that's now expired :(

I've just received my renewal for this year - $99.00 At $49.00 it was marginal value to me. At over a 100% markup, I won't be renewing this time around.... :)
I haven't seen one for a while but there are new codes.

Also you don't have to wait till your renewal to use the offers so you could have used the $33 offer and extended your subscription to 2015.
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Re: Would you pay $99? No, $49? Well, then how's $33pa?

Post by Womble64 » Sat Jun 21, 2014 08:02

If they are normally $49/year and $99/life what are they classing life as, coz I'd go with that if its for more than 3 years. I'm sure I've had my beyonwiz for more than 5 or 6 years (never used ice) I spose your working on $33 a year isn't much to pay in case my PVR dies somewhere in between.

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Re: Would you pay $99? No, $49? Well, then how's $33pa?

Post by Paul55 » Sat Jun 21, 2014 08:19

The $99 lifetime subscription only applies to Humax PVRs and only for the single device. When the PVR dies, the subs ends - up to a maximum of 5 years.
A normal IceTV subscription covers up to 5 PVRs for the period of the subscription. i.e. The user buys access to IceTV for the period and it isn't restricted to any devices - as long as there are no more than 5 registered at any one time. The limit of 5 is for interactive devices (PVRs) does not include computer/tablet/smartphone applications.
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