Britbox created by BBC?

Would you trust britbox made bbc?

Maybe a license will creep in if downloaded over time…sneaky

What do you mean? It’s a subscription payment, similar to Netflix.
In terms of trust, it’s an official venture form BBC and ITV, so trustworthy.

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I don’t understand the question either.

If you’re after peoples thoughts on the service it has already been discussed here:

Would you trust bbc? Lol that’s all I asked…

Didnt notice it was on another thread to be fair. Cheers for that

No problem :slight_smile:

You’ll need to state what you believe makes the service untrustworthy before anyone can answer your question. As it stands we have nothing to go off.

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This

It’s now available for EE contract customers. 6 months free.

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BBC = Illuminati?

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Trust the BBC with what?

I trust them to provide content, I wouldn’t trust them to service my motorcycle.

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Yes

Wished I’d known earlier - they serviced mine and made a complete hash of it - :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

“British Bike Company” - I think not !! :rage:

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Broken Bike Company :grimacing:

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The licence fee is to watch broadcast television, not unlimited reruns of previous BBC shows.

What do you mean by this?

Go on then, @Bolt123, what are you thinking about, which prompts the intriguing question?

Whaaaaat ?? :scream:

Bit confused by this topic as Britbox isn’t created by the BBC.

It’s a joint venture from the BBC and ITV :+1:

My point exactly. And also:

How much money are the BBC and ITV putting into BritBox?

ITV has pledged to invest up to £65m in the joint venture over the next two years. The BBC has not made an investment

The BBC’s involvement would appear lower than assumed.

(nb Wikipedia is not a reliable source given it is user edited.)