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  # 1389126 17-Sep-2015 15:30
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bj99: Chromecast is now supported. Excellent.


Where did you see that?


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  # 1389130 17-Sep-2015 15:40
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petes117:
voy1d: I believe ITV (uk) is streaming all RWC games off their websites.

If you were able to use a VPN / Smart DNS website you might be able to access those feeds...


Ah yeah I could but I don't mind paying for the convenience and decent picture quality of Fanpass, though I do wish it had a RWC package especially for on-demand replays


U sure about that? Can't say I was impressed. 

 
 
 
 


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  # 1389131 17-Sep-2015 15:40
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DizzyD:
bj99: Chromecast is now supported. Excellent.


Where did you see that?



New android app released today.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nz.co.skytv.fanpass&hl=en

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  # 1389132 17-Sep-2015 15:42
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bj99:
DizzyD:
bj99: Chromecast is now supported. Excellent.


Where did you see that?



New android app released today.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nz.co.skytv.fanpass&hl=en


It's also on the fanpass homepage.

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  # 1389133 17-Sep-2015 15:43
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DizzyD:
petes117:
voy1d: I believe ITV (uk) is streaming all RWC games off their websites.

If you were able to use a VPN / Smart DNS website you might be able to access those feeds...


Ah yeah I could but I don't mind paying for the convenience and decent picture quality of Fanpass, though I do wish it had a RWC package especially for on-demand replays


U sure about that? Can't say I was impressed. 


I got 720p quality when I tested it out during the Bledisloe Cup. Sure it could improved with 1080p and at a higher bitrate and 5.1 sound but it's way better than the dodgy overseas streams and probably as much as my ADSL connection can handle anyway

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  # 1389134 17-Sep-2015 15:47
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petes117:
DizzyD:
petes117:
voy1d: I believe ITV (uk) is streaming all RWC games off their websites.

If you were able to use a VPN / Smart DNS website you might be able to access those feeds...


Ah yeah I could but I don't mind paying for the convenience and decent picture quality of Fanpass, though I do wish it had a RWC package especially for on-demand replays


U sure about that? Can't say I was impressed. 


I got 720p quality when I tested it out during the Bledisloe Cup. Sure it could improved with 1080p and at a higher bitrate and 5.1 sound but it's way better than the dodgy overseas streams and probably as much as my ADSL connection can handle anyway


Actually I did not find the picture quality that bad. 
It was the slow frame rate that irritated me. Especially in those fast panning shots. 

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  # 1389135 17-Sep-2015 15:50
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DizzyD:
petes117:
DizzyD:
petes117:
voy1d: I believe ITV (uk) is streaming all RWC games off their websites.

If you were able to use a VPN / Smart DNS website you might be able to access those feeds...


Ah yeah I could but I don't mind paying for the convenience and decent picture quality of Fanpass, though I do wish it had a RWC package especially for on-demand replays


U sure about that? Can't say I was impressed. 


I got 720p quality when I tested it out during the Bledisloe Cup. Sure it could improved with 1080p and at a higher bitrate and 5.1 sound but it's way better than the dodgy overseas streams and probably as much as my ADSL connection can handle anyway


Actually I did not find the picture quality that bad. 
It was the slow frame rate that irritated me. Especially in those fast panning shots. 


More is better agreed! Would be interesting to find out what framerate Fanpass uses 

 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek


  # 1389198 17-Sep-2015 17:14
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SheriffNZ:
bj99:
DizzyD:
bj99: Chromecast is now supported. Excellent.


Where did you see that?



New android app released today.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nz.co.skytv.fanpass&hl=en


It's also on the fanpass homepage.


Awesome. Theres my RWC coverage sorted!

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Uber Geek


  # 1389603 18-Sep-2015 11:04
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Question about Chromecast, not 100% certain how it works.

I have an ADSL connection which works fine with watching FanPass online. If I use my Chromecast, is that going to require more data/higher speed? Just wondering if my connection could withstand everything and thinking the Chromecast would make the stream lag/stutter.


Also in regards to my post on the previous page, They didn't really have a solution, but they kind of did. They said to use the example phone number.

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  # 1393583 24-Sep-2015 13:58
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Use the code FANPASSRWC5 and it will be $5 for the 7 days of all of Sky Sports 1-4 on there. RWC special, i just got an email about it.

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  # 1393587 24-Sep-2015 14:02
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haydenmarsh: Use the code FANPASSRWC5 and it will be $5 for the 7 days of all of Sky Sports 1-4 on there. RWC special, i just got an email about it.


Solid! Thanks!

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  # 1393654 24-Sep-2015 15:13
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Just came to post that link, but already covered wink

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Ultimate Geek

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  # 1393659 24-Sep-2015 15:20
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Finch:
networkn: use 64 9 xxx xxxx

Assuming you are in Auckland. That is the international way to dial a number. 

If it won't take that try +64 9 xxx xxxx


I am in Wgtn.

Doesn't work though.

WTF?


Just had the same issue... it's a bit dumb because the other formats are perfectly valid as phone numbers,  but you have to use the following format

64-XXXXXXXXXX

i.e. 64-491234567

If you use any of the following it will not work

64 491234576
64 4 91234576
64 4 9123 4567
64-4-91234567
64-4-9123-4567
+64-41234567




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  # 1393730 24-Sep-2015 17:10
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IMO the pricing needs to be $20 a month, $5 a week

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  # 1393734 24-Sep-2015 17:17
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Yabanize: IMO the pricing needs to be $20 a month, $5 a week


But then it would be cheaper than Sky Sport.  You don't see a commercial problem that Sky might have if they priced it this way?




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