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Get a lifetime subscription to this stacked streaming app for under £80


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TL;DR: A lifetime subscription to SelectTV Streaming App is on sale for £73.04, saving you 79% on list price.


Most streaming platforms come with a monthly fee, but the SelectTV Streaming App by FreeCast offers a huge library with a one-time payment.

SelectTV combines content from broadcast, internet, on-demand, and streaming platforms on one unified interface. You’ll get access to more than 150 live channels, plus an extensive library of more than 500,000 movies and TV shows — and you can manage all of your other streaming subscriptions on the app. So, rather than having to open up streaming apps one by one, you’ll get everything in one place, bringing you that old-fashioned channel surfing feeling once more.

SelectTV works with iOS, Android, Mac, PC, Chromecast, FireTV, and all sorts of other smart devices. Plus, you can stream on multiple devices at the same time.

Perhaps the best part, however, is that there are no monthly payments to worry about. Rather than paying a hefty fee each and every month, you can get plenty of TV shows and movies at your fingertips for a single fee of £73.04 with SelectTV by FreeCast. That's nearly 80% off the usual price and less than a single year's access to Netflix (though if you want access to all of Netflix's content, you will still need a Netflix subscription).

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