Filmon no longer free

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May 032017

Filmon UK TV Streaming Service No Longer Free Many people have been using Filmon for free access to some of the UK TV channels. In fact we also use the filmnon service for our sister site Filmon provided free streams for many UK TV channels. For a subscription you could also record and watch [...]

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BBC Olympic coverage blocked on Filmon streaming website

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Aug 062016

BBC Olympic coverage blocked on Filmon streaming website Filmon, the internet TV streaming service, is blocking access to BBC channels coverage of the 2016 Rio Olympics. The Olympic Committee will have requested (maybe via a legal injunction), that Filmon block channels on their streaming service showing Olympic coverage. This is due to the fact that [...]

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UK TV – Kodi Android TV Boxes


Kodi Android TV Boxes / Free IPTV Streaming

Kodi, formally known as XBMC, is software that acts like a media server.

Kodi (XBMC), is available on Android boxes (sold by some as Brit TV boxes or Costa Smart TV boxes) as well as Windows PCs.

By installing “repos”, you use the Kodi menu system to navigate to links to internet streams.

The internet streams used by Kodi / XBMC are usually not official, are usually of low quality, and sometimes not available (as streams and servers overload, or are taken down by copyright enforcement).

Some of these Kodi feeds on Android boxes use feeds from FILMON.COM

Although available for free, the picture quality of these can very.

Android TV
An example of the very low image quality on a Kodi Android Brit TV box system (screenshot taken on a 20″ HDTV!)

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