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Satellite tv coverage 2017-2018

Postby Wee Woman » Sun Aug 13, 2017 10:53 pm

HairyJ wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:In Spain I purchased an IPTV box for €294, as long as you receive a strong internet signal you will never again miss any rugby match you have the slightest interest in & all in HD if it's broadcast in HD. I will pay €180 annually, in addition, it is an ongoing service, not a one off buy.

I'm considering bringing it home at the end of August and telling the other providers that they can kiss the rosy red cheeks of my hole. My property manager is a football fan & he can watch his beloved Leicester City every week of the wendyball season. A most marvellous device.

In addition, they have every Film as soon as it's in the cinema, sometimes before. All stolen of course but largely untraceable through Canada & thence to Spain where they care not a jot as long as it doesn't broadcast Spanish sport.

Not hard to lay your hands on such a thing, I predict the demise of SKY & BT.
You can subscribe to IPTV services here for cheaper than that. Just need a Smart TV or a device like a Firestick.

Not done it, but think I will.

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We have done it and get everything, Sky, BT, movies, all the sport etc.

Cost us £240 all in (box & 1 year subscription). At one point I was paying over £110 a month to Sky. When we reduced it and took the sports and movies away it was still over £80 a month, it was a feckin joke - it wasn't even good value for money!

IPTV is the way forward folks.
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Re: Satellite tv coverage 2017-2018

Postby for dog and ulcer » Fri Mar 23, 2018 1:13 pm

Same question as last year. I have Sky Sports subscription through dish only on a SKY box and BT Sports as part of BT internet and phone package on the same box. Can I still see BT Sports channels using the box if I terminate the complete Sky package? I have no interest in sports other than rugby and as far as I can see SKY have liitle or nothing to offer. Any advice welcome.
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Re: Satellite tv coverage 2017-2018

Postby horslips » Thu May 17, 2018 8:59 pm

Been looking at this for a while, anyone care to recommend specific products. If so PM me
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Re: Satellite tv coverage 2017-2018

Postby Rooster » Thu May 17, 2018 9:13 pm

for dog and ulcer wrote:Same question as last year. I have Sky Sports subscription through dish only on a SKY box and BT Sports as part of BT internet and phone package on the same box. Can I still see BT Sports channels using the box if I terminate the complete Sky package? I have no interest in sports other than rugby and as far as I can see SKY have liitle or nothing to offer. Any advice welcome.
You would then be on a basic Freeview through satellite and need a card for that, one off payment for a few years, the question then is does BT Sports work on that or do you need a minimum Sky package, I have no idea and reckon it would be one of those round in circles phone calls.
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