Rabbit TV Reviews
About Rabbit TV
Rabbit TV is USB stick which, according to their website, promises to provide its users with free access to internet television, including over 5,000 television stations and 9,000 radio stations.
Purchasing the Rabbit TV USB stick costs $10, plus a $6.99 Shipping & Handling fee, or if you can find a store which sells “As Seen On TV” products, Rabbit TV will cost a flat $10 fee for annual use. If you choose to continue service the following year, you will be charged another $10 annual fee.
Potential purchasers of Rabbit TV often wonder “How does it work?” Well, instead of providing you with direct service from a cable provider, you are given access to a system of websites which feature full television episodes.
All you have to do is insert the USB stick into any computer device in your home, select your home country, and then choose the television show you want to watch. The website promises that installation only takes seconds, and there is no limitation on how often or how much you watch.
When it comes to internet based television, many people first think of smart boxes, or products like the brand name Roku. When comparing Rabbit TV vs Roku, the first thing you should know is that Roku – or other smart boxes – are stationary. They connect your television to the internet and give you access to television through paid for providers like Hulu or Netflix.
Since Rabbit TV is a USB stick, it connects to any PC, desktop, or laptop, so therefore it can travel with you wherever your electronic devices do.
However, real customer comments show many complaints that Rabbit TV simply sends them to a variety of websites which offer partial episodes, or partial seasons, since these websites are not considered full service providers like the networks you have access to when you subscribe to cable, or alternative providers like Hulu and Netlix.
If you have any experience with this product, please leave your Rabbit TV reviews below.
37 ‘Rabbit TV’ Reviews
This item is NOT $10.00 because the company is appearing to scam people by adding additional and unwanted items to the bill. The total amount is around $67.00 I just seen this thing selling at Walgreens for $19.95 (Only one in the package). I wanted to check reviews B4 buying it.
I don't think many people are crying over the lost $10.00 its the $67.00 and loss of personal information that is driving people crazy.
One can Google internet TV and Radio stations and use your "bookmarks" feature to create your very own customized list of TV and Radio stations for FREE. For radio I already use: www.TuneIn.com, aol radio and sometimes pandora. I watch TV FREE on Hulu.com, TVLand and others. You can watch Full FREE Episodes of most shows simply by going to the network it airs on such as abc.com, nbc, cbs, AETV.com, etc. . .
Is it a scam? sure sounds like it. Would I buy Rabbit TV? Never in a million years.
No live person for support. No phone # unless you pay for premium service? Shows are delayed in playing, like cheap webcams.Can get same "access" as they call it on internet yourself. Joke! Just purchased today and mine is going back to store today.
After reading all the bad reviews about USB Rabbit TV™ I won't risk my $10.00 plus who knows other additional charges. A review up the thread saying that USB Rabbit TV™ asks for personal information and will be selling it to others is a CLEAR NO NO DO NOT BUY this junk for $10.00. Thanks for your input guys! You saved me from buying this product.
you people are stupid !!!! what do you expect for 10.00 it is what it is.
They ask you in the registration for all sorts of personal information. They then tell you they will sell that information to anybody. This info is required to activate. I declined.
This is a scam. I called and ordered one and got one extra free. What I received was two rabbit SUBs. Then I read the bill. $67.12!!! They added a six year warranty to my order. I called them and they REFUSED to remove the charge. Total scam and I 'm notifying the Better Business Bureau next.
Nothing but a bunch of Malware to infect your computer. You can do a Google search and find all the same stuff. This implies that you'll be be in some exclusive club that only they provide. For $10 it Seems way to good to be true, you know the rest. It lasted plugged in my computer for 8 min. Take it back, find your nearest Dollar Tree, and buy 10 dancing solar bunnies. A much better investment.