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UK IPTV service SeeSaw is to allow punters to prune out the ads with it pads out the programmes it offers.

There's a catch, of course: the ad-avoiding offering, which is called SeeSaw NonStop, will cost you £3 a month.

SeeSaw said it will only charge you 99p for ad-free for the rest of 2010.

SeeSaw offers catch-up TV and old shows from the UK channels. It said SeeSaw NonStop is the only way to get the catch-up services from Channel 4 and Five without the ads, though we'd note that a DVR with an ad-skip function will give you much the same result. ®

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