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  # 1759959 10-Apr-2017 01:06
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Perfect accessory everyone with Hola (I know it's not recommended) and Hong Kong. Into my second most and never had a single issue at all . All games appear when live and also on demand.




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  # 1759972 10-Apr-2017 06:36
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Dratsab: I haven't resubscribed to RugbyPass so far this year. When I used it last year I had a Unotelly sub and didn't experience any problems. I was looking at subscribing to DNS4me mainly for this service but am having second thoughts now. Anyone got any feedback on using other DNS providers for RugbyPass?


I wouldn't want to put anyone off using dns4me - like any DNS service it works 99% of the time, but just needs a fiddle every now and again for Rugbypass.
We also use it for BBC iPlayer, Channel 4, ITV without any problem.

One thing I did like about Unotelly was their VPN service which was only about another four dollars a month. It's a long time since I did the research but it was the most secure type (according to the internet). Since then I've been using the free Opera one, which is okay, but has limited regions.




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  # 1767634 19-Apr-2017 23:02
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Signed up for rugby pass just over a week ago, unblocked with dns4me, viewed with android+Chromecast+telly.

Working flawlessly for me both on demand and live.

Happy camper here.

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  # 1773049 30-Apr-2017 20:19
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Quick couple of questions. I assume the quaility is HD? I'm thinking of using this with an Apple TV to a projector. So you think it's the same quaility as sky's broadcast?

Do you get any build up for the rugby games like the 30 minutes before the game?

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  # 1773058 30-Apr-2017 20:35
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Max quality is 720p and pretty decent quality.

No buildup before game
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  # 1773060 30-Apr-2017 20:36
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benmurphy66: Quick couple of questions. I assume the quaility is HD? I'm thinking of using this with an Apple TV to a projector. So you think it's the same quaility as sky's broadcast?

Do you get any build up for the rugby games like the 30 minutes before the game?

 

I did end up subscribing to DNS4me and RugbyPass in the end. Yep, in HD but not having Sky I'm not in a position to make a comparative comment. No build-up that I've seen, the stream starts at the beginning of the game and finishes at the end, so no post-match analysis either.


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