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Topic # 170869 29-Mar-2015 12:47
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Hi there

I'm stuck in Dinedin away from my TV and at a house with no TV.

Is there a good way to watch Black Caps game on a laptop or iPad via UnoTelly?

Does Prime have live streaming? Are there any other non subscription channels globally showing the game that people know about?




My EPL football websites: Get the results but hide the score of your team at HidetheScore.net. Compare league positions with wage bills at RealPremierLeague.net.


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  Reply # 1272816 29-Mar-2015 12:52
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It's hard to say until the game actually starts as most of the "other streams" are pirate streams, broadcasted from peoples private STBs. I don't personally know of a legit stream apart from SkyGo.



 

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  Reply # 1272820 29-Mar-2015 12:57
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My Dad was given an address for a "free" stream to watch the cricket last week, net result is a kazillion new apps have hijacked his pc, has even overtaken chrome and changed it into something else, I had only the week before did a clean install of W10, great opportunity to try the refresh OS option lol



 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1272821 29-Mar-2015 12:58
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It is showing on prime

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  Reply # 1272822 29-Mar-2015 12:59

This is the site I have been using

http://streamingred.com/icc-cricket-world-cup-2015-free-live-stream.html



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  Reply # 1272823 29-Mar-2015 12:59
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johnr: It is showing on prime

Does Prime have a live stream?




My EPL football websites: Get the results but hide the score of your team at HidetheScore.net. Compare league positions with wage bills at RealPremierLeague.net.




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  Reply # 1272824 29-Mar-2015 13:01
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im aware of those pirate streams, but wondered if they're were any terrestrial ones that people have used before..




My EPL football websites: Get the results but hide the score of your team at HidetheScore.net. Compare league positions with wage bills at RealPremierLeague.net.


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  Reply # 1272826 29-Mar-2015 13:11
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johnr: It is showing on prime


doesnt help if you are at a house with no tv like where the OP is at the moment

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  Reply # 1272838 29-Mar-2015 13:37
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Obtain decent VPN to Hong Kong.
Buy subscription to StarSports.com for $2.50NZD.
Watch the game in higher quality than sky can provide locally.



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  Reply # 1272840 29-Mar-2015 13:42
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Will that work with unotelly or do I def need VPN?




My EPL football websites: Get the results but hide the score of your team at HidetheScore.net. Compare league positions with wage bills at RealPremierLeague.net.


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  Reply # 1272841 29-Mar-2015 13:53
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eXDee: Obtain decent VPN to Hong Kong.
Buy subscription to StarSports.com for $2.50NZD.
Watch the game in higher quality than sky can provide locally.


I've seen you make this comment a couple of times and I'm interested but I can't see a $2.50 option - only a $25 SGP subscription... What am I doing wrong ? (Already VPNed into HK)

Cheers  N

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  Reply # 1272873 29-Mar-2015 14:23
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Talkiet:
eXDee: Obtain decent VPN to Hong Kong.
Buy subscription to StarSports.com for $2.50NZD.
Watch the game in higher quality than sky can provide locally.


I've seen you make this comment a couple of times and I'm interested but I can't see a $2.50 option - only a $25 SGP subscription... What am I doing wrong ? (Already VPNed into HK)

Cheers  N


Hmm, i originally bought it through unotelly who shows as india. I've since used hong kong for streaming, since it's better performance than unotelly to india (routing to india is rubbish)

It seems via hong kong they want 1200 rupees ($25NZD) at this: https://account.starsports.com/star-package 
I bought it for 120 Rupees though, via unotelly.

Unfortunately i don't have an active unotelly/trial account anymore to check if the price is still valid via india. Try going via there.


Edit: reddit thread here: http://www.reddit.com/r/Cricket/comments/2uv7nn/india_star_sports_icc_cricket_world_cup_2015_web/

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  Reply # 1272903 29-Mar-2015 15:28
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eXDee:
Talkiet:
eXDee: Obtain decent VPN to Hong Kong.
Buy subscription to StarSports.com for $2.50NZD.
Watch the game in higher quality than sky can provide locally.


I've seen you make this comment a couple of times and I'm interested but I can't see a $2.50 option - only a $25 SGP subscription... What am I doing wrong ? (Already VPNed into HK)

Cheers  N


Hmm, i originally bought it through unotelly who shows as india. I've since used hong kong for streaming, since it's better performance than unotelly to india (routing to india is rubbish)

It seems via hong kong they want 1200 rupees ($25NZD) at this: https://account.starsports.com/star-package 
I bought it for 120 Rupees though, via unotelly.

Unfortunately i don't have an active unotelly/trial account anymore to check if the price is still valid via india. Try going via there.


Edit: reddit thread here: http://www.reddit.com/r/Cricket/comments/2uv7nn/india_star_sports_icc_cricket_world_cup_2015_web/


Ah thanks. Sorted. Watching now but it's only 864kbps. Seems like live is limited to that but the replays are 2.1mbps :-(

Cheers  N


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  Reply # 1272970 29-Mar-2015 16:53
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Yeah they used to offer 2.1Mbps and 1.2Mbps, but with the first semi final they dropped it to 864k so it wouldn't go out for a duck on the first over.

Still find it better than sky go at that quality level.

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  Reply # 1272972 29-Mar-2015 16:55
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eXDee: Yeah they used to offer 2.1Mbps and 1.2Mbps, but with the first semi final they dropped it to 864k so it wouldn't go out for a duck on the first over.

Still find it better than sky go at that quality level.


Well it was worth the punt at that price but it degraded massively the moment the game started. (Fine for the pre-show)

It's not even hitting 240ish kbps reliably now. I've gone back to Skygo for the moment which is so far, ok.

Cheers - N


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  Reply # 1272998 29-Mar-2015 17:34
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Wade: My Dad was given an address for a "free" stream to watch the cricket last week, net result is a kazillion new apps have hijacked his pc, has even overtaken chrome and changed it into something else, I had only the week before did a clean install of W10, great opportunity to try the refresh OS option lol




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