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  Reply # 1252494 6-Mar-2015 19:57

I tried uno-telly for netflix and it was very slow at getting HD

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  Reply # 1252497 6-Mar-2015 20:02
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No trouble with Unotelly/Netflix HD here, unless the kids are all streaming their own rubbish at the same time. Not worried at the moment as currently only watching on 26" screen. Once I'm back on the main TV in a few months that might be an issue.




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  Reply # 1252521 6-Mar-2015 21:16
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Glassboy: I like Unotelly, but I'd be much happier if it worked for streaming Bathhurst.


Have you put in a channel request on Unotelly?


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  Reply # 1252526 6-Mar-2015 21:35
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mckenndk:
Glassboy: I like Unotelly, but I'd be much happier if it worked for streaming Bathhurst.


Have you put in a channel request on Unotelly?



Good idea, there's a thread here: http://help.unotelly.com/support/discussions/topics/300924

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  Reply # 1254053 9-Mar-2015 14:31
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I changed from Unblock US to Getflix and very happy. Main reason was so I could watch V8's and its cheaper as well. 

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