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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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I don't use it at all. It only made trying to watch local channels more difficult. AND if Samsung can access my "too old for Tizen updates (2016  KS8000)", to load things like this, remove apps and generally mess with my TV, they can send me the latest version of Tizen and updates for my gorgeous perfectly good TV. 

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