Rabbit Network USB Review




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After a hard day’s work you look forward to the time when you unwind in front of your TV. It can be quite therapeutic at the same time can keep you abreast with everything that’s going on in the world. And of course, it’s a source of entertainment for you as well. Are you missing out on your favourite TV programs because you are not willing to pay those criminally expensive cable network charges? Well, you shouldn’t have to and now you won’t because Rabbit Network USB gives you access to about 2000 TV stations on your PC.

 

Rabbit Network USB
Rabbit Network is a USB device that will give you free access to 2000 TV stations and about 9000 radio stations free of cost. Yes; that’s right, there are no installation costs involved nor is there any monthly fee. Access to the Internet is all that is needed to watch your favourite TV programs no matter what station they are running on. Rabbit Network is a smart little device that works on all kinds of desktops, PCs and Laptops making it extremely versatile. Now you won’t have to rely on the cable networks to provide you with news or entertainment you are looking for.

Do you travel on work quite often? It often means you have to spend lonely evenings in a hotel room without access to your favourite TV station. But now you can take your Rabbit Network wherever you go and get free access to Internet TV and Radio. It’s easy to fill dull evenings spent in hotel rooms or while travelling when you have your Rabbit Network USB. Keeping up with your favourite TV shows is quite easy as well. And you can listen to your chosen Radio station whenever you want to. Rabbit Network is your way to many amazing TV and Radio Stations out there without bearing exorbitant costs.

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You can buy Rabbit Network USB for $10 plus shipping and handling charge of $6.99 at www.getrabbitnetwork.com. You can get another Rabbit Network USB with your offer by paying additional shipping and handling costs.

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19 Responses to “Rabbit Network USB Review”


  1. Thank god I only paid $10 for this useless gadget. They are offering services that you can already get for free through your internet. When you do get something that you like it says that the service has been removed. It is slow and antiquated with cumbersome menu selections and low grade movies. Save your 10 bucks buy some popcorn.

  2. kulwidner singh says:

    I bought Rabbit TV in Walmart store and it doesn’t work. What do I do to get it working? Pls help.

  3. spencer says:

    This Rabbit TV sucks, it takes at least 2 hours to get it on and then I am to frustrated to watch any thing. If it doesn’t get better I will throw mine away and ask for refund of my money.

  4. Audrey says:

    IS THERE A LIST OF THE TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS THAT CAN BE ACCESSED WITH THE RABBIT TV USB?

    I can see several people have asked this question and said question has never been answered. I am housebound and disabled and would love to have radio access, especially the talk radio. However, I will not give up our Direct Satellite TV until I can get an answer.

    Thank you very much.

  5. marc benard says:

    Haven’t received it yet, how long does it take in the mail?

  6. Linda Baxter says:

    Can you install it on two different computers ? and will this work in Canada if I buy it in the USA ?

  7. Gideon Ganu says:

    I got the magic jack myself but was unable to activate it with the verification code provided me. what pissed me off most is I’ve tried all the online chats, phone calls and e-mails for several hours filling up forms and moving from one website to another and still no one seems to be responsible for given me the wrong verification code. They come on air with all the nice commercials and will never live to expectations. I will get my money back at all cost trust me.

    • Pattie says:

      I have owned 2 Magic Jacks and currently use the second one. I was vacuuming and I bumped into the USB and the Magic Jack broke. The second one we bought was the Magic Jack Plus so we can plug it into the wall directly. No problems except when we go to pay for our yearly subscription, you need a credit/debit card to pay for it & we have neither. I bought a prepaid card but I only bought one for a little over what it costs to pay for the yearly subscription. Unfortunately, because it is an electronic debit the prepaid card company elects to take an additional $19 off til the payment for service goes through. The extra $19 was not on the card so it screwed us up for getting our service. (Two times-no less) We didn’t lose any money on it but didn’t get our service activated until a good friend of ours let us pay for the service with his debit card and then we just paid him. If you still can’t get it activated, you can go to Magic JACK

    • Phil says:

      Love my Magic Jack! I use it primarily as a cell phone back up, and..most important, as a spare fax line. Works great. Never had a problem. This is my 2nd year with the device, and I am trying to figure out how to connect it to the house wiring of the existing phone jacks. Still have land-line phones and jacks, but dropped the expensive land line service some time ago. Hey…the TV device is $10. I sure will try it.

  8. mike b says:

    I have the majic jack phone. When I originally purchased it and installed on my laptop, there was a lot of static and reverb,especially when someone else is on line and surfing.

    I have found that if you have a spare laptop or computer thats not in regular use, it works better. Not saying the same about rabbit tv, I haven’t gotten it yet, just a thought. I would like to see what stations are available though, they don’t seem to have that available. USA,ESPN?

  9. Ricky Cox says:

    Does this eat up your gigabytes quickly?

  10. Paul R. Brooks says:

    How do you cancel if at a later date the cost is increased to much and/or the product is not as it was assumed by ads to be. Are there any hidden or other fees except the original payment of approx, $18.00 for a tear and is it hard to work and are any changes required on my computer.

  11. Rabbit Network USB Questions says:

    Did anyone buy Rabbit Network USB, any testimonials?

    • Ken says:

      I bought one,got one free from ad on Fox News, I think. And, it’s about what you’d expect for $10. Meaning, I’m happy as hell with it. With a little tweaking or fixing broken links (it’s all URLs), you get TV from all over the world and radio too. I love the “Talk” category in the radio.

      So, would I recommend it? For 10$ for two, it saves a ton of googling for internet tv and radio stations, and it seems to be virus free etc.

      I’d like to get one for my brother who loves European soccer and is recovering from an illness, but I can’t figure out where the heck to get one!

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