Yo-Ho-Ho! Pirate Streaming Services Provide Unlimited Video Offerings – And It Is Virtually FREE!

Companies like Disney, Warner, Paramount and Comcast are playing whack-a-mole with online streamers who are pirating everything from cable tv stations to movies, sports, and pay-per-view events.

Yarr, anyone with Roku or Firestick connections and a little technical savvy can download the “channels” that serve up this stolen booty. With these applications, you are no longer tied to cable tv or streaming service fees. You receive no monthly bills and everything is served up complete with channel guides. There is an application that provides 1000s of movies, listed by year, from the 1950s to those currently in theaters. Search by year, movie title, actor name.

Wherever we want to go, we’ll go.

These services aren’t going away, despite the lawsuits. When one goes down, there will be several others coming online to replace it. The viewer has no interruption of services. With every program you choose, there may be up to a dozen servers which will provide the feed.

In the meantime, watch for an another increase in the pay tv service you currently subscribe to. Philly Mag explains how Comcast tries to justify their fee increases.
1. Universal Connectivity Charge
2. Regulatory Recovery Fees
3. Franchise Fee
4. FCC Regulatory Fee
5. 911 Fee(s)
6. Franchise Related Cost
7. Regional Sports Fee
8. Broadcast TV Fee

Avast! Your only cost is the Internet connection. A small price to pay for truly unlimited viewing choices. You might also want to subscribe to a VPN-Virtual Private Network service, which has a yearly cost of $50-$100. This hides your Internet IP address from spying eyes (the FEDS). A fully functioning pirated VPN is also free, if you know where to download that.

Firestick device = $40 one-time charge
1-gig Internet service = $100 monthly
VPN = $100 yearly
—-Total cost: $1340 per year

Compare that to what you currently pay annually for cable, Internet and streaming services.
There are YouTube videos that clearly explain each step of how to access and download everything one would need.

**QZVX.COM doesn’t recommend you try this at home, nor do we endorse the use of any software that allows users to skirt the exorbitant charges of multi-national cable tv and video corporations.

Author: Jason Remington

Creator, Admin, & Editor of QZVX, former broadcaster at KTOY FM/Tacoma, KVAC/Forks , KDFL/Sumner, KTTX & KWHI FM/Brenham (TX), KONP/Port Angeles, KBAM/Longview, KJUN/Puyallup, KRPM FM/Tacoma, KAMT/Tacoma, KASY/Auburn, KBRD FM/Tacoma, KTAC/Tacoma, KMTT FM/Tacoma, and KOOL FM/Phoenix. -- Airchecks

4 thoughts on “Yo-Ho-Ho! Pirate Streaming Services Provide Unlimited Video Offerings – And It Is Virtually FREE!

  1. I don’t understand. Is this about watching on your TeeVee set?

    Everything mentioned is waiting on your computer. HD, multi-language closed captions, ad-free, no special equipment or brain power necessary, movies from all over the world back to 1915, Netflix, HBO, Showtime, whatever. All your favorite totally biased brain-rotting cable news shows from CNN, CBC, BBC, Fox, MSNBC, CNBC etc.

    And not just The Batman from 2022, but The Batman, fifteen episodes with a new cliffhanger every Saturday afternoon, from 1943.

    The great original Nightmare Alley with Joan Blondell and Tyrone Power, plus the new one, Toni Collette’s worst movie.

    The great original Fahrenheit 451 with Julie Christie, as well as last year’s terrible remake.

    Good security software is a must, but it is anyway.

    Go ahead, rot your brain, die stupid, but don’t pay extra.

    You could read a book, if you’re old enough to remember what a book is. Hint: a source of information that doesn’t spy on you or call you names.

    1. I have it all through a device on my big screen tv because I like a movie theater effect if I can get it. Same stuff. Who would ever have thought we would someday have access to anything and everything like this?

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