MUTV £29.99 Annual Subscription | Is it worth it?

Motorman

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Bloody MUTV.

Might get money back just on principle, this is ridiculous
 

PhilQ

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Me neither. Tried a bunch of devices and changing my VPN just in case. No joy. Feckers. My dodgy stream cut out now as well. Feck it. I'll just watch the highlights later.
 

Thiagoal

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Hopeless! Was working for two minutes… maybe I should be thankful
 

Hugh Jass

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They have all year to prepare this and cannot get it right. Jesus wept.
 

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@mav_9me
1. was the app working all fine for you earlier? "Tv" and "On Demand"? It was for me.
2. Have both "TV" and "On Demand" stopped working for you during the game?
It's working now for me and looks like others too.

Bit of a disaster this morning though
 

prateik

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I am in India. The MUTV app is not working suddenly.
The game is not showing, the video audio not working. I tried watching some on demand content, that is not working either.
Everything was working earlier in the day.
I am India, is does this happen for India users during live games?
@prateik are you able to watch?
I had issues too.. soccerstreams has a great stream so i switched to that.. its a mutv feed there as well.. I dont know what went wrong. probably just the side being overloaded.

and no.. it doesnt happen always .. I got the subscription earlier this year and its been fine for the few reserve/academy games I've seen.. (streams are a lot harder to find for those) ..
 

RedfromIreland

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I hope the tv director is fired immediately.
Showing people standing on the touchline for five minutes while play is going on.
SHOW THE FECKING FOOTBALL....
 

Pavl3n

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Get yourself some sports IPTV (legal or not) that would include MUTV.
30 pounds only for one channel? Not for me.
 

Tom Van Persie

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Bought it for the month and it was £7 which isn't too bad. There's an option for £4 per month if you commit to a 18 month contract.
 

ryan_forlan

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I had issues too.. soccerstreams has a great stream so i switched to that.. its a mutv feed there as well.. I dont know what went wrong. probably just the side being overloaded.

and no.. it doesnt happen always .. I got the subscription earlier this year and its been fine for the few reserve/academy games I've seen.. (streams are a lot harder to find for those) ..
Got it, thanks.
Worked for me eventually.
Someone had shared a river with me for first half.
 

Dan-Utd

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Nope its not worth it, most of the old match content shown on there can be found on YouTube or other sites.

These days we can find the latest news all over the net on socials and the like, with no disrespect to the club or anyone who runs the channel, I don't think there are many clubs whose channels are worth subscribing to.

I believe some lower league football clubs give their season ticket holders free access to their web based channels and video archives.
 

dalriada

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They carry a radio commentary of every match live. Quite useful if you are watching the game on a foreign TV channel. The commentators are hilariously bad but that's part of the charm.
I don’t have a problem with the commentators - it's a house channel, so they're bound to be biased and Ben Thornley speaks his mind when he thinks it's appropriate. Don't understand the dislike some people have for Stewart Gardner, he's been with the channel a long while and always seems well informed.
My biggest gripe is that it's SD broadcast unless you pay for it through Sky to get HD, maybe a deal they have with Sky to stop everyone moving to the online version.
 

glazed

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I don’t have a problem with the commentators - it's a house channel, so they're bound to be biased and Ben Thornley speaks his mind when he thinks it's appropriate. Don't understand the dislike some people have for Stewart Gardner, he's been with the channel a long while and always seems well informed.
My biggest gripe is that it's SD broadcast unless you pay for it through Sky to get HD, maybe a deal they have with Sky to stop everyone moving to the online version.
Ben is a sweet guy but he's no Gary Neville. Still better than some guy yaddering in Polish, which is the occasional alternative.