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You're right. When Disney bought Lucasfilm and re-released all the movies digitally, they removed the episode numbers from the titles. They only appear during the opening crawl now. Go look for the Star Wars movies on iTunes or Amazon and you'll see they don't have the episode numbers anymore.
Edit: For the lazy (and if you actually want to buy them) - iTunes 6 movie collection + Force Awakens, Amazon 6 movie collection + Force Awakens
Edit 2: Btw, these digital versions are exactly the same as the blu-rays from a couple of years ago, heavily edited OG Trilogy and CGI Yoda in Phantom Menace.
Sure there are some parallels to the ANH but we still didn't saw the movie to be quite sure for it to be reboot in disguise.
If you go to the starwars.com for digital movie collection you will see that they are abandoning word "episode" from title of movie, like google play or amazon for example.
So I don't think that abandonment of "episode" from title is clue.
Amazon Instant Video has them. Not free, though.
Knock yourself out.
Or buy the collection for $65 on Amazon Video