There's Netflix, there's Hulu, there's CraveTV, there's Crackle, there's Shomi – there's too many! If you subscribe to only one streaming service, then you're probably missing out on reliving many of your favorite shows and you may not be discovering all the new favorites that you don't even know you have! Sure, you could subscribe to all of them, but then you might as well pay for cable!
You need a streaming service that has it all: every TV show you could ever want, every movie you never even knew you wanted to see, and even some live channels and pay per view options. How about radio stations too? You need a one-stop shop so that you're not having to create a bunch of accounts and having to keep track of passwords and login information. And wouldn't it be great if that service worked with just about every browser you can think of?
SelectTV has it all. Formerly Rabbit TV, SelectTV features over 10,000 movies, 250,000 TV episodes, 50,000 radio stations, and much more, from over 150 countries. If you feel like listening to some latin music, don't settle for local AM radio – listen to radio stations from Mexico or Cuba! Don't limit yourself to North American programming; SelectTV opens you up to a literal world of TV and movie possibilities. You can even stream concerts, live sports, right from a full calendar, all provided with your subscription.
Usually, a 1-year subscription to SelectTV is $36 (even compared to $9 a month at Netflix, that's still a great deal), but right now through iMore Offers, you can get access to global entertainment for a year for only $19. If you want to save even more, go for a 3-year subscription for only $49.
The most popular streaming services are fine – until you run out of things to watch. Subscribe to SelectTV and never be left wanting for TV, movies, live sports, world radio, and concerts ever again.
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