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How does Gilad TV work?

Gilad TV Free Trial and Billing

How does the Free Trial work?

Try us free for seven days! You'll be able to instantly watch unlimited extreme sports movies over the Internet on your Roku, PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad and many more devices.

If you enjoy your free trial, do nothing and at the end of the trial your membership will automatically continue for as long as you choose to remain a member. You can easily cancel anytime, online, 24 hours a day. There are no long-term contracts or cancellation fees. Just sign up to get started!

How much does Gilad TV cost?

After the free seven day trial we offer two paid membership options, $9.99 monthly or $99.99 for the entire year.

How does Gilad TV billing work?

If you choose to remain a member, you will be billed as soon as the trial ends. Your membership will be billed on the same day every billing period. More information about billing can be found in our article about how Gilad TV charges your account.

How do I cancel Gilad TV?

We hate to see you go, but if you need to cancel your membership, click the Cancel Membership link on your My Account page.

Watching Gilad TV

How do I watch Gilad TV on my TV?

The best option for watching Gilad TV on your TV is currently with a Roku streaming media player. On Roku we have a dedicated Gilad TV Roku channel. Don't have a Roku? Gilad TV also works with Apple TV when streamed from an iPhone or iPad using AirPlay. Similarly you can use an Android phone or tablet to "cast" to a Chromecast connected to your TV. Gilad TV also works on all Google TV enabled Smart TVs.

Under the Hood

How fast does my Internet need to be?

The minimum required connection speed is 500kbps (0.5Mbps), but we recommended a minimum speed of at least 1000kbps (1.0Mbps). You will want a faster connection for improved video quality.

While streaming works with may different levels of broadband, the speed and bandwidth of your broadband Internet connection may impact your viewing experience.

Gilad TV is a streaming service--videos are streamed over the internet and not downloaded, so you must be connected to the internet throughout the viewing session.