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Posted Oct 5, 2013
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OnDemand movies say FREE yet they are not?!?!?!?!?!

ok so I was looking at the movies that Uverse had OnDemand and I noticed that all the movies said FREE. I thought to myself wow these are some new movies and for free? Man this is great but when I select the movie I see its $5 SD and $6 HD. My question is why does it say FREE? Is there a way to get them for free? For example I wanted to see The Conjuring. Its says FREE, pretty much all the movies on the page say free. SO the million dollar question is how do I get to see this FREE Smiley Very Happy

 

ok so I was looking at the movies that Uverse had OnDemand and I noticed that all the movies said FREE. I thought to myself wow these are some new movies and for free? Man this is great but when I select the movie I see its $5 SD and $6 HD. My question is why does it say FREE? Is there a way to get them for free? For example I wanted to see The Conjuring. Its says FREE, pretty much all the movies on the page say free. SO the million dollar question is how do I get to see this FREE Smiley Very Happy

 

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ok kiddies so after reading the fine print you get to see the first 10 mins for FREE! AHH fine print gets me every time!!!!!
ok kiddies so after reading the fine print you get to see the first 10 mins for FREE! AHH fine print gets me every time!!!!!

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I'm surprised more providers don't offer a free sample of their PPV offerings. When I had cable, they certainly didn't offer a free sample.
I'm surprised more providers don't offer a free sample of their PPV offerings. When I had cable, they certainly didn't offer a free sample.
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Oct 6, 2013 2:11:31 PM
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If you will notice they all say "clip/trailer" so you probably watched the clip.

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If you will notice they all say "clip/trailer" so you probably watched the clip.

"If you find this post helpful and it solved your issue please mark it as a solution.  This will help other forum members locate it and will also let everyone know that it corrected your problem. If they have the same issue they will know how to solve theirs"

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Hello robbyrob_1,

I'm sorry about the misunderstanding the "Free" message is causing. The "Free" message is indicating you can view a clip or trailer at no charge. We will reach out to the group responsible for this page and make some recommendations to clarify the advertisement of the clip, or trailer.We appreciate your feedback.

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Hello robbyrob_1,

I'm sorry about the misunderstanding the "Free" message is causing. The "Free" message is indicating you can view a clip or trailer at no charge. We will reach out to the group responsible for this page and make some recommendations to clarify the advertisement of the clip, or trailer.We appreciate your feedback.

Thank You,

SadathCS
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*I am an AT&T employee and the postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent AT&T’s position, strategies or opinions.

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