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10 All Access Streaming Service - 2 Months Free

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Get 2 months free access to 10 All Access when you sign up with code GETSTREAMING

*10 All Access Offer expires on 31/12/18, 11:59pm PST (01/01/19, 6:59pm AEDT). Your payment method will be charged $9.99 at the end of any new subscriber offer period or other promotional offer period (as applicable). If you cancel your subscription before the end of any new subscriber offer period or other promotional offer period (as applicable), your payment method will not be charged the subscription total. Your subscription will renew and your payment method will be charged the subscription total every 30 days unless you cancel your subscription.

Alternate code: BUDGETDIRECT (Same Expiry). Thanks Martijn

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  • +9 votes

    Wow, wasnt even aware that 10 had started a paid streaming service.
    Cant say that it looks very appealing.

    • +35 votes

      I don't know who would pay $10 a month for ad-free Neighbours and 20 seasons of NCIS.

  • +17 votes

    Another paid streaming service come on.. and its from Ten.. well this is going to flop bigtime

    • +1 vote

      Yeah I legitimately don't understand why they don't just work a deal out with STAN or Netflix. It would likely be way more lucrative than this. These idiots are trying to create PAYTV 2.0. "Here are your shitty channel packs to watch the one show you like", nonsense.

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        Yeap and they still wonder why pirating still continues

      • +3 votes

        Because they're owned by CBS now and they think this will work here - except 10 All Access doesn't even have the CBS All Access shows like Star Trek and the Good Fight.

        • +8 votes

          Weird, cos my plex server seems to have all of this just fine :p

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            @ONEMariachi: That's all well and good, but some people don't mind paying for content where feasible. If Plex was able to hook into streaming services, that would be pretty sweet. It did that with some services like South Park Studios (pre-Hulu acquisition) but that idea never really went anywhere.

          • -1 vote

            @ONEMariachi: I feel like I am using Plex all wrong. I download torrents of what I want to watch, and then hit update library on plex so I can watch them on the PS4. Is this the most efficient way to do it? Isn't there some magical way to watch shit without downloading it?

    • +2 votes

      It is because in USA CBS (who own Ten now) have their own streaming service, which is the only place to see all the CBS shows. That service is almost worth it. Heaps and heaps of complete series. In contrast Ten service has nothing, so I agree this will flop bigtime.

  • +15 votes

    10 bucks a month for this? - Tell 'em they're dreamin'!

  • +5 votes

    Why $10 per month? There's hardly anything on it. Certainly not enough to justify $120 per year.

  • +19 votes

    2 Months Free

    I'd be surprised they last that long

    They should merge with Stan.

    In fact why don't all the freeview & fetchTV channels merge with Stan and create a local Hulu. That might be a decent Netflix alternative worth paying for.

    • +1 vote

      the old foxtel owned one Presto was organically planned to be just that,
      The FTA networks could not agree on terms so foxtel went it alone and Presto was born.

      The FTA channels will all have a paid service by the end of 2019 i suspect.
      !0 All Access is based on CBS all access in the US which is quite popular, it took a while to take off but after a while because quite a success.
      Even in the US companies are holding shows back from HULU now, or only giving the most recent 2-5 episodes and putting the rest/older eps on to their own streaming service.

      CBS will support 10 all access for a long time, they have even stated they intend to launch multiple shows on the service exclusivity and same day as US

      Ch 7 has already started hinting they will launch a service in Q1 of 2019 with NBC and Fox programming (which they have rights to in Aus)

    • +4 votes

      The rumour is that Stan got it's name from "Seven Ten And Nine"

      • +1 vote

        WOW - I wonder if that is true, seems the only way that names makes any sense.

  • +2 votes

    Yeah nah

  • +3 votes

    Wow, I can't believe how expensive it is, and just to catch up on Freeview programming.

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      it has a lot of first run exclusives coming next year (that wont screen on ch10) from the US network CBS (which owns Ch10 now)

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    wait till next month when it will be 3 months for free…

  • +3 votes

    Sweet! 2 months to binge on every single season of Survivor!
    Works for me!
    Thanks for the heads up. Much appreciated.

  • +1 vote

    Simply put, I don't want to pay for multiple streaming services.

    Screw CBS. Screw channel 7. Not happening.

    I'd rather Netflix (or any single party) had a monopoly and charged more. That would STILL be cheaper than half a dozen paid subscriptions.

    • +5 votes

      I feel like that's a comment you'd regret saying years down the line if it actually happened. Look at the exorbitant prices that Foxtel charges for example, being the only pay TV provider around. Plus you still get ads. No thanks.

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        Foxtel raped us, I can remember the days whrn the cheapest package that inckuded NRL was 125 bucks. Highway robbery. Streaming is the best thing to happen to television since colour.

        • +1 vote

          Streaming will continue to win as long as they keep ads off the service and don't lock you into contracts as well. Couldn't care less about multiple services as long as I can jump out when I feel like.

  • +5 votes

    I don't think these companies understand how consolidation works. The reason why services such as steam, spotify and netflix took off and significantly reduced piracy was because you could get almost everything in the one place for a single monthly fee. Very convenient.

    No one wants to pay $10-20 each (or $80+ for foxtel now) to every single TV show streaming service out there, adding up to over $150/month (Netflix, stan, foxtel now, amazon prime video, hulu, 10 All access, and all the FTA streaming services) . Nor do they want to have to go "hmm, which service is show x on" every single time.

    They are shooting themselves in the foot. Back to kodi/plex…

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      "hmm, which service is show x on"

      This is the worst part. I have to search in 3 different apps currently. I'm not getting anymore, it's annoying enough as it is.

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        There is JustWatch which I've added as a firefox hotkey so I can type in "jw show_name" and it spits out the page with which streaming service a show is on, but half the time the show is on a streaming service I don't have.

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          yeah it's fine if a I have a pc or my phone close by. But a lot of the time I'm streaming through my PS4 or my Apple TV, and don't want to have to go find my phone to try and figure out what service I need to utilise to watch an episode.

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      The trouble is you have a bunch of MBA types all trying to demonstrate to the Board that they can develop new revenue streams to justify their enormous salaries. The enormous salaries that also mean to them that paying an extra $10 a month for content is nothing.

      It’s the same problem we have with the poltical class since they started awarding themselves enormous salaries, and rigging the market in favour of boosting the incomes of their relatives and mates in energy, transport, construction and education. They are immune to the impact of their decisions on the less well off.

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    As is the case with most of these services you click for the free trial and then cancel straight away.
    That way you get something for nothing.

    Must confess that a lot of these 'something for nothing' deals have only entertained me for an hour or so (looking for content)…..:)

  • +1 vote

    Not paying for another streaming service, already subbed to Netflix, Hulu and soon Disney+ and Amazon (but only because I like free postage). Anything extra needs to blow me out of the water and convince me I should replace it with one I already have.

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    I think promo code FFNETWORK10 gets you 50% off the 3 months after your free first month. Not sure if it still works?

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    Shame there's literally nothing on there I want to watch

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    Thanks OP. Looks like this is the first legal/easy way to stream the old seasons of Survivor in Aus.

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    I actually thought for a second that there were 10 new channels for our viewing pleasure to try. Doesn't this make me as dumb as channel 10?

  • +2 votes

    Sign up for 2 months and then try cancelling

    They add you another 1 month and so u get 3 months free ;)

    Just tried and it worked :)

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    Just had an email from Budget Direct with the same offer using promo code 'BUDGETDIRECT'

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    Hit cancel subscription now, and it offers you an additional month free so 3 months free streaming….still nothing worth watching though from what I can tell

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    Just run Plex with a TV tuner and MCEBuddy (to remove all the ads - add 5 mins each side for sloppy Australian programming), then you get all your shows on all channels to watch when and where you want. To be fair I quite like the ads on the free streaming as I only watch a few shows this way and normally never see any ads.