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Topic # 89868 9-Sep-2011 16:51
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  Reply # 519091 9-Sep-2011 17:55
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I've been having problems with it the past few days as well, no wonder they haven't taken it out of beta yet, it's so buggy.

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  Reply # 519359 10-Sep-2011 19:31
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been watching the RWC games today on isky, it has been flawless today.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 519361 10-Sep-2011 19:39
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trying to watch Japan vs France at the moment, keeps rebuffering every 5 seconds (on a telstraclear DSL connection)

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  Reply # 519366 10-Sep-2011 19:53
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I have had many problems like what you describe with iSky to the point where I've given up on it, until they sort out the issues.  About to switch to the Maori channel and watch Argentina vs. England live Cool





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  Reply # 519372 10-Sep-2011 20:12
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DjShadow: trying to watch Japan vs France at the moment, keeps rebuffering every 5 seconds (on a telstraclear DSL connection)



On Vodafone here, had it buffer only a couple of times the whole match.  

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  Reply # 519436 11-Sep-2011 01:16
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Xnet here in chch.. Plain old dsl1 line. Watched all the games on isky today so the missus could watch buffy and the kids could watch some movie on the tv. No buffering at all apart from when I had a youtube video buffering in the background..

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  Reply # 519459 11-Sep-2011 07:59
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grant_k: I have had many problems like what you describe with iSky to the point where I've given up on it, until the issues. Cool


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  Reply # 519460 11-Sep-2011 07:59
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grant_k: I have had many problems like what you describe with iSky to the point where I've given up on it, until They sort out the issues. Cool


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  Reply # 519464 11-Sep-2011 08:47
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just saw an ad on TV for isky. Presumably that means it is out of beta and in full launch.

*checks isky site* nope.


how can they advertise it when it is still so broken?


where does the CGA stand on this kind of thing? If they are advertising it then surely that means it is part of the package I am paying $100+ for.
 
If it doesn't work does sky have a legal duty to fix it, or refund part of my package?



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  Reply # 519640 11-Sep-2011 18:26
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I can even do better streaming then this. what are the world are they doing. all buffing on cable network. and taking forever to load up some times




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  Reply # 519709 11-Sep-2011 22:14
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I can even do better streaming then this. what are the world are they doing. all buffing on cable network. and taking forever to load up some times


seems the people saying that its continually buffering are on tcl cable and dsl?
I just tried here on tcl adsl and same buffering problem.
Probs at tcl end?

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  Reply # 519710 11-Sep-2011 22:17
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I've been watching games all day and just watched the world champions nearly lose their opening game by 1 POINT!, in 3 Hours of watching I probably got 5 minutes total worth of buffering.

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