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Topic # 137899 12-Dec-2013 17:27 Send private message

Hi, been trying out Igloo's $1 on demand movies and read into Netflix and Hulu services.  Does anyone know if HK TV is of an option?  Currently the folks pay $80 for SD with WTV thru Sky TV a month not including the standard Sky channels. 

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  Reply # 951124 12-Dec-2013 17:29 Send private message

No, HKTV is not an option




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  Reply # 951211 12-Dec-2013 20:29 Send private message

HKTV didn't get its broadcasting licence right? The only thing available is that one episode of police drama?



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  Reply # 951269 12-Dec-2013 21:39 Send private message

Been told soemone uses one of those IPTV units .... any experience with them? 

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  Reply # 956562 23-Dec-2013 13:30 Send private message

rayonline: Been told soemone uses one of those IPTV units .... any experience with them? 


I have one and it works okay. Gives you free access to Pearl, ATV and bunch of channels in China. Some of the channels are live and some are delayed.
 
Quality is variable (but that could be my VDSL connection) and everything is in Chinese so you have to be a good guesser (!) or of course be able to read Chinese.




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