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Topic # 148770 30-Jun-2014 18:09
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SonLife has just come up on Optus D1 - 12644 H 22500 NDS enc (Sky NZ listed as the provider) 576i from what i can tell. anyone know anything?

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  Reply # 1077230 30-Jun-2014 18:10
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From a quick google i found - http://www.sonlifetv.com/

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  Reply # 1077969 1-Jul-2014 15:19
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That TP appears to have The Edge TV and TV3 Auckland on this mux hmmmm well at least they are using spare capacity I suppose?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1078107 1-Jul-2014 17:37
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Added to Sky customer bouquets today. Channel 203.




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  Reply # 1078112 1-Jul-2014 17:46
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ZollyMonsta: Added to Sky customer bouquets today. Channel 203.

Just came back to my pc to post this; beat me to it :D

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  Reply # 1078133 1-Jul-2014 18:29
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ZollyMonsta: Added to Sky customer bouquets today. Channel 203.

Just came back to my pc to post this; beat me to it :D


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  Reply # 1078390 2-Jul-2014 07:05
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More filler as supplied by paid commercial customers. Sky certainly didn't add it to benefit their viewers

btw you can view it here in VLC

http://sonlifeflash-lh.akamaihd.net/sonlifeflash_hdflash_1400@119698?v=3.3.0&p=aasp-3.3.0.99.43&fp=WIN%2014,0,0,125&r=LOZRO&g=CTRJUFIJEIFU




 


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