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  Reply # 620567 6-May-2012 17:34
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Some kind of VPN service?

fyx is a service that is designed to bring the world to New Zealand. Its about breaking down the barriers between us and what we want to get at ... and using "Global Mode" to do it - barriers between us and what we want to get at? Online streaming services that are geo-blocked?

Plus they've liked VUDU, NetFlix and ESPN on Facebook...

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  Reply # 620590 6-May-2012 18:15
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If they can like anything with F1 coverage they'll have one more customer....

 
 
 
 


FYX

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  Reply # 620593 6-May-2012 18:18
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Well Jaxson, it'll be GREAT to have you aboard ... but no, not a VPN service ...

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  Reply # 620597 6-May-2012 18:27
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FYX: but no, not a VPN service ...

Are you just being pedantic based on terminology? Must be close.

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  Reply # 620630 6-May-2012 19:22
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No, not pedantic ... think bigger.

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  Reply # 620651 6-May-2012 19:58
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I'm so confused. If this enables me to watch TV from overseas easily then I'm in.

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  Reply # 620652 6-May-2012 20:01
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If it did let you watch TV from overseas, what would you watch?

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  Reply # 620654 6-May-2012 20:16
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FYX: If it did let you watch TV from overseas, what would you watch?


The wife and I quite like an Australian programme called The Block, so we would like to watch the new season of that. Which is freely available on the channel 9 website, except you have to be in Australia.

Quite like the HBO programmes as well but we don't have sky so it will be ten years before we can legally watch them.

edit: you can watch some of the Australian content via their website but a few are region locked.

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  Reply # 620658 6-May-2012 20:19
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FYX: If it did let you watch TV from overseas, what would you watch?


F1 races minus the $70 a month minimum rip ex SKY TV hopefully.

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  Reply # 620660 6-May-2012 20:26
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Sounds promising for the both of you then ...

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  Reply # 620661 6-May-2012 20:28
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FYX: No, not pedantic ... think bigger.


Every web site in the world will be mirrored here? That's big.





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  Reply # 620681 6-May-2012 21:02
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FYX: Sounds promising for the both of you then ...


Right well I will hold of on my VPN application then. I look forward to hearing more.

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  Reply # 620682 6-May-2012 21:07
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FYX: Sounds promising for the both of you then ...


Brilliant! So you're strongly insinuating that in a week or 2, you'll be involved with a completely legal way for broadband users in NZ to stream the 2012 Formula 1 races, live.

I can't wait!

Cheers - N


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  Reply # 620695 6-May-2012 21:49
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Funday's Monday's coming soon.

Like tomorrow even.

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  Reply # 620934 7-May-2012 12:27
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Talkiet:
FYX: Sounds promising for the both of you then ...


Brilliant! So you're strongly insinuating that in a week or 2, you'll be involved with a completely legal way for broadband users in NZ to stream the 2012 Formula 1 races, live.

I can't wait!

Cheers - N



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