Update: It was our fault this offer ended on What.CD. We should not have gone public with the info. We publicly apologize everyone who was affected, specially MusicalMind on What.CD who got spammed by invite requests.
Original Article: BitMeTV is probably the best private TV torrent tracker out there. However with only one public open signup in the last three years, it’s a pretty hard tracker to get into. This article intends to keep you up to date about a few rule changes on BMTV. In addition, we intend to share news of an unlimited BMTV invites offer we came across on What.CD forums. To make things clear this is not an official invite giveaway – it’s done by a What.CD member on What.CD forums. There is no guarantee that you’ll get a BMTV invite this way but it’s definitely worth a shot.
Here is what MusicalMind posted on What.CD forums:
Hi all, I have unlimited invites to BitMeTV and anyone who wants an account there just Message me your email address and that you haven't had an account before.. (If you've never had an account) If you had an account there before and it's been over a year and it was disabled for any reason besides trading or cheating I will see about getting the account re-enabled and some compromise being met. If it's less than a year, you can still message me and we can see what can be done. If you can see this post, you've already met my requirements, so ... Message away. MusicalMind
We’d rather not directly link to the forum post due to various reasons – if you are a member of What.CD you should be able to find it. Once again note that this is not a FILEnetworks invitation giveaway. We are just passing the news.
And it’s probably a good time to get into BitMeTV too. Just a few days ago they relaxed some inactivity related rules rules. Changes are quoted below:
A new user needing to use their account in 30 days has been bumped up from 30 days to 90 days.
Inactivity (a user needing to log in to their account via a web browser) has been bumped from 60 days to 90 days.
Parking an account has been bumped up from 6 months to 9 months.
Also the inactive disabling only affects the user classes under VIP. Which has always been the case anyway.
As of 27/07/2009, BitMeTV tracks 20500+ active TV torrents (including full TV season packs) and has an active user base of 19700+ members. Good luck on finding an invite through the specified method. Please do not post invite requests here.