filmon.tv is no longer free for UK TV channels.
Filmon are a TV streaming website with channels from many different TV broadcasters from around the world. There are hundreds of programmes and TV stations from many countries including the UK, but yesterday, UK TV is not free any more on filmon. Now users have to subscribe and pay around £14.95 per month.
Many of the top websites for "watch UK TV Online", "watch british TV channels" and "uk tv streaming" etc use tv feeds from a provider named Filmon.
Filmon let people be affiliates, earning commissions for getting new visitors and subscribers to filmon. But filmon stopped paying their affiliates many months ago without reason and without replying to emails. Many people came to rely on the affiliate scheme as part of their income, filmon haven't got the decency to reply to any affiliates to explain what is wrong.
Filmon owe me £500, so I have set up uktv.robssatellitetv.com - with all of the UK free-to-air / freeview channels streaming on it. I hope to have HD and high quality video available soon. Also to make a UK TV app for android and ios. Other ideas are a UK based VPN so people can watch iPlayer and ITV hub etc when outside the UK, as these on demand TV websites are geo-blocked and only work for viewers inside the UK.
Filmon owe other affiliates thousands, and don't seem to care. So to hell with them. I used to use the money to help pay the bills. Then since last November, filmon don't reply, or give the same answer "I will pass this on to the relevant department". I hope that filmon get taken to court for charging people to watch UK freeview TV, but despite many court cases, they are still in business. Probably as they are owned by a billionaire who obviously doesn't care about the little guy, the affiliates who have earnt them so many thousands of viewers and hundreds of thousands in revenue. A massive greedy company, stepping on the people who helped them get so big.
So here you go, a free UK TV website with every freeview free-to-air channel. With more coming soon, such as some free-to-air satellite channels. Also regional variations will be coming soon, such as BBC Scotland, Northern Ireland etc. At the moment the TV feed is Wales based, but this will be changed to ITV and BBC London soon.
Currently working on reliable streams which will auto connect if any network errors, so bear with me. This TV website has more UK TV channels than filmon did, also the +1 channels, so enjoy it.
Click here to watch BBC One online - then you can choose from any of the 40+ UK TV channels on that web page.
Or go here to view the UK TVGuide