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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by edesignuk, Nov 19, 2008.
Sure all the ISPs will be delighted
Ok that's quite fantastic. So long as there's a good 3G signal you'll be able to watch live BBC1 and 2 on the go. DVB phones just went bye-bye.
So now they'll be trying to screw everyone with a computer and no TV for the licence fee.
Yep pretty much. Well spotted.
And I am sure that this will be country-specific, as per usual lately??
Why wouldn't it be, do you pay the license fee?
So what if I send the BBC a check and my IP address?
It's obviously not that simple
Besides, we don't know what Checks are (Apart from checking something is correct) Indeed you would need to send the BBC a Cheque
Alright, I'll send them dollars, then...
The licence fee is payable if you watch any live streaming channel, not just the BBC one.
Given Channel 4 have been streaming their channel live for nearly two years, that needed a licence as much as this service will.
The BBC have said they will launch a pay per view service for non Brits when they can sort out licensing agreements.
Besides would you find our humour funny?