Freedive ads

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Very disappointed in Freedive. I won't watch until they get rid of the damn ads. Happy to pay!
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Kathy T Porter

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Col Needham, Official Rep

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Thanks for the feedback. The FAQ on IMDb Freedive is located at https://help.imdb.com/article/imdb/discover-watch/imdb-freedive-faqs/GZML3SK6UQK8EMYV

The differentiation of IMDb Freedive is that the movies and shows are free so ads are part of the package. You have plenty of other paid subscription options if interested in paying for streaming content.
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I prefer movie with ads than paying for watching
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Jeorj Euler

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I don't mind either one necessarily. I definitely prefer movie "buffet" services (Amazon Prime Amazon Video, Netflix and Hulu, for examples) and anonymous-access ad-based services (Crackle, Tubi, SnagFilms, Popcornflix, for examples), maybe registered-access ad-based services (IMDb Freedive and Vudu, for examples) too, rather than paying a fee to watch a specific movie for a limited/unlimited amount of time (like with Amazon Video, Vudu, GooglePlay, iTunes, Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, for examples). As we know or might have guessed, a few of these networks provide both ad-based articles and fee-based articles. The parenthetical mentions of the various services also only scratch the surface.