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# 214858 31-May-2017 18:03
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Does anyone know of any sites / services of the "free" variety that might be streaming the Lions tour games? 


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  # 1792515 31-May-2017 18:13
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I read somewhere that the BBC Wales may broadcast game(s) but in Gaelic and not English.

 

I think it may be Radio coverage only http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2017/the-lions-tour-live-on-bbc-radio-cymru

 

 


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  # 1793080 1-Jun-2017 13:36
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rugbypass is cheap. you need some dns magic though.

 

I think they also have a 30 day trial.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1793099 1-Jun-2017 13:56
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T.V. box - Mobdro - Sky Sport 2 ?




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  # 1793345 1-Jun-2017 21:23
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slingynz:

rugbypass is cheap. you need some dns magic though.


I think they also have a 30 day trial.



Rugbypass looks very promising. Interesting that the iOS app is available on the NZ App Store despite NZ not being a supported territory. Do you have experience of it, are the streams good quality and do we know which of the common DNS services will work with it? I use Unotelly.

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  # 1793347 1-Jun-2017 21:24
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I also need some way to watch the tests while I am in France. 

 

 


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  # 1793358 1-Jun-2017 21:58
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If someone shares a login with me, I will write a LEGIT (requires login) KODI Add-on for it (hehe)

Also, I'm quietly confident a X-Forward-IP header might bypass the GEO restriction (which could be automatically applied in KODI add-on)

 

I'm downloading their Android App now to de-compile it and have a looksy


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  # 1793367 1-Jun-2017 22:17
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GeekGuy:

 

I read somewhere that the BBC Wales may broadcast game(s) but in Gaelic and not English.

 

I think it may be Radio coverage only http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2017/the-lions-tour-live-on-bbc-radio-cymru

 

 

 

 

 

 

S4C don't seem to have the live TV rights.... Nothing showing on the guide.


 
 
 
 




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  # 1793404 2-Jun-2017 06:10
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allstarnz:

GeekGuy:


I read somewhere that the BBC Wales may broadcast game(s) but in Gaelic and not English.


I think it may be Radio coverage only http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2017/the-lions-tour-live-on-bbc-radio-cymru


 



 


S4C don't seem to have the live TV rights.... Nothing showing on the guide.



S4C is not the same as BBC Wales

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  # 1793429 2-Jun-2017 08:12
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steve98:
slingynz:

 

rugbypass is cheap. you need some dns magic though.

 

 

 

I think they also have a 30 day trial.

 



Rugbypass looks very promising. Interesting that the iOS app is available on the NZ App Store despite NZ not being a supported territory. Do you have experience of it, are the streams good quality and do we know which of the common DNS services will work with it? I use Unotelly.

 

I used it for several months, works very well with DNS4me.  Only occasionally having to change regions (Singapore -> HK etc) to get it to work.  Quality is very good, 720p or better.


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  # 1793702 2-Jun-2017 13:37
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I have access to ESPN and have just noticed all the games will be on ESPN 3.


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  # 1794059 3-Jun-2017 06:05
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Some u.s isp's give free access to ESPN 3. I use to use the Hola browser plugin set to usa and it would work fine. You just had to refresh the address until it detected you using certain U.S service providers and it would play out fine. It may still work via a vpn or dns service without a login depending on the i.p you use.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 


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