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Samsung TV Plus - Do you use it?
Samsung TV Plus offers free tv channels to all Samsung TV owners., over 190! How do you like it? Do you use it? What channels do you like most?

What is Samsung TV Plus?

Your Samsung devices come with Samsung TV Plus – Samsung’s free ad-supported Smart TV video service, delivering instant access to news, sports, entertainment, and more. No subscription, additional device, or credit card needed.

Samsung TV Plus is 100% free. When we say no strings attached, we mean it. No subscriptions, no new fees, no credit card, just free TV.

 


 
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What streaming to use on a Samsung TV for Live Channels
I have been using Sling TV for the $35 blue bundle here in the US. I tried FuboTV but dropped it because there wasn't enough to make up teh price difference from Sling TV. I have not tried Youtube TV, Hulu Live, or philo. I'm curiuous what you are using for live tv and how you like it as a Samsung TV Tizen app. Not throuh Roku, FireTV or Apple TV.

How do you like the app mostly, channel surfing, loading ,etc. There's a significant price difference between Sling, Philo, and the others.
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Samsung’s Tizen OS for Smart TVs Is the Primary Video Viewing Device in 27% of U.S. Broadband Homes
DALLAS—Parks Associates has released consumer research showing that in Q3 2021, 27% of US broadband subscribers reported that smart TV’s using the Samsung Tizen operating system were their primary device for consuming video content. 

The data highlighted the fact that more “changes are coming for the video entertainment market in 2022," said Eric Sorensen, senior contributing analyst, Parks Associates. "The smart TV will cement its status as the default streaming platform in the households. We will see many more content partnerships and service acquisitions among providers and manufacturers. Content creators will leverage their ability to reach audiences directly, while service and content providers will adapt their business models to anticipate higher levels of churn than in previous years."

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