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  # 1337000 4-Jul-2015 18:18
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I recently figured out how to get a pretty good stream for cheap.  Not as good as sky go but 10 times better than those free ones.  Can't guarantee how it will be for you but I'm more than happy with it.  I'm on ADSL & havn't had issues with it.  Will be getting Fibre soon which may even make it better!

Step 1 - Either get Unotelly or even easier Hola Unblocker (this can be turned on/off I turn it off when not using it for Rugby....) I use both as sometimes unotelly don't work.. Hola is free vs Uno costing money

Step 2 head to www.rugby.livesport.tv

Step 3 Select Switzerland in Hola Unblocker (or if using Unotelly you will need to set your Dynamo settings for Channel Option 4 to Switzerland)  

Step 4 Sign up to a months subscription

Step 5 Watch the games.

This has worked for me and the Super 15.  It tells me they will have the internationals & hopefully the World Cup. www.rugby.livesport.tv/promo/rugbygeo is a list of what they will be streaming

What I then do is mirror my pc to my Fire TV via AirPinPcSender & vola rugby on the telly :)

Costs about $10 per month for the live sport sub & Unotelly is even cheaper.  There is nothing you can do to test if it will work for you until you take the plunge and pay for a subscription but it worked for me & now I don't have to pay for Sky :)  I can also use it at friends places after downloading Hola..

The livesport site looks like it hasn't been updated for years but the games still play!!!

Enjoy!!!!!

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  # 1337001 4-Jul-2015 18:24
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Note - There is some security concerns with Hola so use at your own risk

 
 
 
 


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  # 1337053 4-Jul-2015 19:17
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Tabuti: Note - There is some security concerns with Hola so use at your own risk


There  *are*  some. The concerns are plural as evidenced by the 's'.

You're welcome. ;)

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  # 1337057 4-Jul-2015 19:29
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sultanoswing:
Tabuti: Note - There is some security concerns with Hola so use at your own risk


There  *are*  some. The concerns are plural as evidenced by the 's'.

You're welcome. ;)


Really? 

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  # 1337059 4-Jul-2015 19:33
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Costs about $10 per month for the live sport sub & Unotelly is even cheaper.  There is nothing you can do to test if it will work for you until you take the plunge and pay for a subscription but it worked for me & now I don't have to pay for Sky :)  I can also use it at friends places after downloading Hola..

The livesport site looks like it hasn't been updated for years but the games still play!!!

Enjoy!!!!!


Had a quick look but it said there were no live events even though the S15 final is under way :-(

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  # 1337063 4-Jul-2015 19:54
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that sucks its working for me. I am only using unotelly right now.

what one did you use?

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  # 1337134 4-Jul-2015 22:31
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Tabuti:
sultanoswing:
Tabuti: Note - There is some security concerns with Hola so use at your own risk


There  *are*  some. The concerns are plural as evidenced by the 's'.

You're welcome. ;)


Really? 


Yes, really and truly:
http://www.grammarbook.com/grammar/subjectVerbAgree.asp

This is Geekzone after all, and I fear that includes grammar geeks. tongue-out

 
 
 
 


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  # 1337149 4-Jul-2015 22:46
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sultanoswing:
Tabuti:
sultanoswing:
Tabuti: Note - There is some security concerns with Hola so use at your own risk


There  *are*  some. The concerns are plural as evidenced by the 's'.

You're welcome. ;)


Really? 


Yes, really and truly:
http://www.grammarbook.com/grammar/subjectVerbAgree.asp

This is Geekzone after all, and I fear that includes grammar geeks. tongue-out


It is important to ensure your grandma is correct...

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  # 1337190 5-Jul-2015 06:36
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Tabuti: that sucks its working for me. I am only using unotelly right now.



what one did you use?


I used unotelly set to Switzerland.

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  # 1339234 8-Jul-2015 13:48
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I have an interesting question for the people here.

If in the future the NZRFU was to provide a direct online service but you think the price too high would you still use overseas streaming services?  The reason I ask this is that, is it the fact it is the producer of the content selling it and not a 3rd party that would change how you act.

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  # 1339236 8-Jul-2015 13:49
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please let the rugby people concentrate on rugby ... I prefer mysky




Swype on iOS is detrimental to accurate typing. Apologies in advance.


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  # 1339238 8-Jul-2015 13:54
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joker97: please let the rugby people concentrate on rugby ... I prefer mysky


Agreed, the Sky coverage is great. (well, the editing / camera work)

Commentators are not everyones cup of tea, but that's always the case.


Much like PLP made it a much worse, frustrating experience to watch the EPL for me.


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  # 1339241 8-Jul-2015 13:58
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press button it turns on -> picture
wanna go toilet, pause/rwind. want to see it again, replay it.

online stream goes like this:
go to internet. log on. forgot password. found it. find the stream you want. find a way to connect to the tv so you can see the ball clearly. hdmi cable not syncing. ok it finally works. ok black screen again. press a few buttons on the computer to select the tv again. ok works.

click on it. some ad pops up. the circle spins. it goes. just as a try is about to be scored the circle spins. touch something oops feed lost, geekzone appears.




Swype on iOS is detrimental to accurate typing. Apologies in advance.


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  # 1339272 8-Jul-2015 15:01
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heaps of free streams available on Periscope and Meerkat

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  # 1339282 8-Jul-2015 15:16
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nathan: heaps of free streams available on Periscope and Meerkat

Really? Suggest one....

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