TVChannels2PC allows you to access over 3000 Stations (News, Movies, Sports, Music, Clips, Radio, etc.) from all over the world including local, regional and international broadcasts. There are NO monthly fees. They have 24/7 tech support for the lifetime of the membership. TVChannels2PC comes with a 60 day money back warranty.
With satellite and cable prices continuing to climb each year, internet-savvy customers are looking for another way to catch their favorite shows and movies. TVChannels2PC.com offers one of those outlets, with a large selection of channels (somewhere between 3,000 and 9,000, based on conflicting information on their site) and availability to anywhere in the world. As long as you have an internet connection, you are able to access TVChannels2PC from your computer, although your download speed may be affected by your internet connection.
TVChannels2PC offers a variety of channels no matter what kind of connection you have, from sports and movies to news and shopping. A more comprehensive list of channels is available via their website, which suggests that they are forthcoming with most of the information for their program. However, we were disappointed that we weren’t able to find an actual price list for the TVChannels2PC.com membership fee.
With all of the online television hosting sites out there, it’s difficult to tell which companies are legitimate. Based on customer testimonials and a variety of user reviews, TVChannels2PC appears to provide a superior service to its customers as well as adequate technical support if you run into problems downloading or access the TVChannels2PC programs. If you’re frustrated by rising cable bills (and already have internet access), TVChannels2PC might be a wise financial decision to provide you with up-to-date television and movie access via your computer.
Average user rating from: 2 user(s)
This is totally a rip off company. Probably not even a company. Just a scam artist robbing you of your hard earned money.
SAVE YOUR MONEY! DO NOT GET SUCKED IN LIKE I WAS.
i GIVE IT no STARS AT ALL BUT IT WILL NOT SHOW UP AT THAT.
Pricing for the Service
I only gave this a 1 for quality because I have not yet purchased the service, but for anyone interested in learning the actual costs involved, look no further:
There is a one-time charge of $39.99 for the regular service and the player is free.
If you want to upgrade to Premium Channels it will cost you $9.99 for two years.
If you want to upgrade (again) to OnDemand it will cost you another $9.99 for two years.
If you would like free upgrades and updates for two years and preferred tech support for one year, you guessed it, another $9.99.
The Premium Channels upgrade states you get 156 more channels, then a TVU Viewer that gives you access to another 20 channels which include ABC News, Fox News and Sci-Fi.
The OnDemand upgrade states "Watch full TV episodes, feature length movies, music videos, news clips, funny videos and more..."
The first two didn't surprise me. They have to get their customers to keep spending money somehow, and $20 every two years is a far cry cheaper than what cable or satellite costs. But it was the last one is what piqued my interest the most. "Get FREE TVC2PC upgrades and FREE automatic channels updates for two years"
That tells me that even if you do none of the upgrades, in order to get software updates and channel "updates" on your 'pay only once package' you will have to fork over more money which, at least on this screen, is not listed. I don't really like surprises.
My suggestion, go for it as long as you have a good enough system to run quality streams. But don't just stop at the one-time offer, go ahead and splurge for at the very least the $9.99 upgrades/updates/preferred support option. That way you aren't hit with any surprises (I hope) down the line.
If I get some green for Christmas, I personally will be going for all the options, which comes to $69.96 (unsure about any possible tax). That's less than one month of premium cable and if I hate it, I'm really not out that much moola in the long run.