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The UK TV Licensing model now looks seriously outdated against the many pay monthly streaming rivals such as Netflix, Now TV and Amazon. The UK TV license costs £145 per annum or £12 monthly whereas a standard Netflix account is £7.50 monthly and Now TV Entertainment pass is £6.99. This makes the TV license 40% more expensive than its rivals. For second home owners the price of the TV License doubles even when it will get much less use whereas with the streaming services you pay only slightly more to watch on more than one screen at the same time regardless of location, ideal for prov
My wifes phone bill was £20 more than usual. She has a certain amount of monthly free minutes, and also free data allowance. She is very careful not to go over these allowances, and she has been getting free music from a free app called Music Paradise. On her phone she had a message saying 'Streaming Null', but she doesn't understand it. When she clicked on it, it took her to the Music Paradise app. Could it be that after downloading a track, she is then automatically seeding it which could could use up all her data allowance?