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#215307 21-Jun-2017 13:05
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my god , im pretty sure there is some legality problems with this service, but not as much problems as the web site. Shield your eyes  lol.

 

 

 

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  #1804611 21-Jun-2017 13:14
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Its been posted before on GZ - think its some bods flogging a cheap android box with a KODI interface and bunch of (most likely) illegal streams.

 

(the so called KODI boxes - and I really hate that inaccurate term!)

 

 

 

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  #1804616 21-Jun-2017 13:24
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Like Wow..





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  #1804617 21-Jun-2017 13:28
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They sent sales people around Christchurch selling those cr*p boxes.
A lot of the "illegal" add-ons have been taken down recently.

 

So i'm sure they are getting a lot of complaints from misled users as to why their boxes have stopped working.


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  #1805647 23-Jun-2017 13:20
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a supurb multimedia platform


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  #1805662 23-Jun-2017 13:47
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There are already multiple threads on here discussing this service and the website.

 

 


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