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Topic # 225497 21-Nov-2017 22:28
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Just curious, has anyone had any good experiences with any paid IPTV providers just to access US / UK channels such as geniptv.net ... I'm just wondering if anyone knows any that have good connections back to NZ so I dont get the evil buffering with Kodi ... 


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  Reply # 1905551 22-Nov-2017 07:04
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You'll struggle to find any dodgy providers who have good connectivity because they either aren't allowed on the big CDN's or won't pay money to be on a CDN.


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I have tried ACE, Fab and Flawless. All were good but I stuck with Fab due to the Aussie live feeds. Flawless is great for VOD catchup.


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  Reply # 1905948 22-Nov-2017 19:44
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Ace and Flawless worked great for me.


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  Reply # 1905958 22-Nov-2017 20:02
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save your $$ just get a apple tv 4 and dns4me

 

most of those iptv providers are dodgy and or illegal


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  Reply # 1906017 22-Nov-2017 21:21
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ACE works great for me. Full HD and no buffering.


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  Reply # 1906190 23-Nov-2017 09:54
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ACE has worked well for me too. 


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  Reply # 1906252 23-Nov-2017 11:09
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I agree with the above. Ace and FAB provide good connectivity with no buffering. Also ask FAB to change you to the Westcoast US server to be sure.


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  Reply # 1956030 12-Feb-2018 21:33
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@ nzflex I am using one for a while and live TV and movies are  pretty good. Live TV hardly buffers. Movies & VOD are little bit moody but acceptable. I got it through my nephew in Canada. I have tried others but contents in this are very good. Its around $20 NZD per month. Approx 1300 channels. Most are HD Quality.


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  Reply # 1956053 12-Feb-2018 22:49
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FAB is good most of the time


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  Reply # 1956073 12-Feb-2018 23:57
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What is the one in Canada?


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  Reply # 1956076 13-Feb-2018 00:12
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I am using UKTVnow, is free and works fine


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