You Can Now Stream Pirate TV Service With 500 Free TV Channels

It was Netflix and Hulu which were the pirates of the torrents and the biggest barrier for cord cutters, remains the same until now, live TV. Eliminating your standard pay TV subscription means relying on an on-demand oft-mentioned services, where both great solutions fr streaming TV shows and Movies live. Only exceptions was HBO Now and WatchESPN, only available to a limited number of subscribers to certain services, cord cutters cannot watch most live broadcasts.

Now that the pirate TV service claims to have more than 500 TV channels of free streaming content on its table. It’s cCloud TV, a streaming service entered the Live solution in May. Bu allowing people stream pay TV channels, including HBO, ESPN, AMC, TBS, Showtime etc. more to their PCs, smartphones and other devices, this pirate service has finally hit the stage of vengeance.

The developers behind the cCloud TV has confirmed that the service is now live with 500+ TV channels. The exact number of streaming TV feeds fluctuates as old streams are taken offline and new ones are added, cCloud TV was home to more than 540 different channels at the time of this writing.

The cCloud TV is now offering more than enough channels than other pay TV packages. Notably, all the channels on cCloud TV are not pirated cable and satellite TV channels. It also added several premium and commercially free-radio stations and a few number of movie channels to its list of live streaming service.

Hundreds of pay channels are available and cCloud TV team continues to step forward to bring some additional new features and support for new devices. Most existing feature planned for the free streaming service would be the cloud-based cCloud DVR service, considered by many to be the Holy Grail.

cCloud TV has however forced to change its URL, due to copyright issues, and the service now resides at this link here, currently.

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