Can someone explain what qualifies as "top quality broadband entertainment"??Hopefully not the usual "You've Been Framed" out-takes (monkey scratching bum, monkey having a wee, monkey throwing poo etc etc etc...) that seem to amuse my step son...We keep being promised it - so what does it ACTUALLY consist of??
click hereIt brought a smile to my face, anyway.
There are so many TV channels, can BB ever hope to compete in terms of quality and value for money? I only ever watch the News, Newsnight, or Question Time anyway.
I like the horses! so much better then a GREAT deal of the stuff that is attepted to be passed off as TV entertainment
I think Broadband would have the edge for me. I would only have to pay for what I want and not £116 to the BBC to broadcast bilge 23 hours a day.
You're quite right IMHO.The choice that's missing from the questions is -I prefer my entertainment via TVWhich I suspect would be the choice of many.
So - nothing so far...
"top quality broadband entertainment"?? PCAdvisor postsWell some of them anyway ;-))
I think you'd still have to pay the licence fee (if that was what you meant by paying the BBC £116) even if you only watch TV on your computer.I agree with you about the bilge.
click herethis is from ntl. if thats the content they are talking of then no thanks, not interested.
Thats a good start..kids love it & definitely "top quality broadband entertainment" :)
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