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With Game of Thrones just around the corner, many customers (including myself) are making sure that our subscriptions to Crave are in place! Not to mention, all of the other amazing content that it has to offer!!
In order to access the Crave content via your Ignite TV app, you would need to subscribe to the service through Rogers. If you subscribed to this service directly through Crave you will not have access to it through the Ignite TV app, however, you can still access it online at Crave.ca. It’s also available via the Crave app on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Samsung Smart TVs, Xbox, and Amazon Fire TV.
If your main objective is to be able to view it on your Ignite TV app, you can always cancel your current subscription through Crave and then activate a new subscription through Rogers. Crave is a pre-paid service and you can cancel your subscription at any time, but you will still have access to the service until your following renewal date. There are no refunds possible for cancelling your subscription.
The cost for the Crave service through Rogers is currently $9.95/month plus applicable taxes. You can call 1.866.299.3622 to speak to a live Ignite Concierge agent to have the service added to your account.
We have a Roger's bundle that includes Crave and HBO, we use also the apple TV, how can we access the crave app on TV, when we go on TV on Crave on Demand it says we have to pay for streaming, isnt it free?
May want to call them, and make sure things are linked properly.
ON TV, yes you should be able to just access the content there. On the apps (say on phone, etc) you would need to click in that you have access through your carrier. Then choose rogers, and use your rogers login tied with your TV account.
Price: $74.99 (HD) | $69.99 (SD) | Ignite TV $74.99
DTV can order on Nov. 21st & Ignite TV customers can order now!
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