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Topic # 235988 12-May-2018 15:43
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I tried Watch NRL from fox, but now they want a credit card and it needs to be an Aussie one, GRRRR.

 

SkyGo is hella expensive.

 

Livestream no longer plays the games.

 

Are there any links that work or any alternatives?

 

I get nothing out of Sky anymore.


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  Reply # 2014766 12-May-2018 15:50
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$15/week is not hella expensive.  Its a pittance compared to taking a family of four to watch it live.  Its $10/hour which is cheaper than most forms of entertainment.

 

Either you want to watch it or you dont.  


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  Reply # 2014828 12-May-2018 17:06
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ockel:

 

$15/week is not hella expensive.  Its a pittance compared to taking a family of four to watch it live.  Its $10/hour which is cheaper than most forms of entertainment.

 

Either you want to watch it or you dont.  

 

 

Pull it in a bit aye? Might not be a lot to you but that just shows your ignorance to poverty in NZ, NZ sport should not be held to ransom.




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  Reply # 2014830 12-May-2018 17:07
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CYaBro: Rugbypass?
You do need a vpn / dns service to use it.

 

Im not actually sure what the Sky service is called, is it sky go? you dont need a VPN if in nz. its worth it if you can split it up with some mates.


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TeaLeaf:

 

ockel:

 

$15/week is not hella expensive.  Its a pittance compared to taking a family of four to watch it live.  Its $10/hour which is cheaper than most forms of entertainment.

 

Either you want to watch it or you dont.  

 

 

Pull it in a bit aye? Might not be a lot to you but that just shows your ignorance to poverty in NZ, NZ sport should not be held to ransom.

 

 

If Ed Sheeran can sell out multiple shows in Dunedin and the population of Dunedin doubles during his visit (travel and accommodation). Plus the number of international sellout shows around the country (people spending hundreds of dollars on tickets).

 

Add to the consecutive record years of new vehicle sales in NZ and the best GDP record in the western world.

 

Crying poverty doesnt bely the facts that generally NZ is doing pretty well.  Sacrifice something to get the $15/week you need.  

 

I'll say it again.  Either you want it or you dont.  Stop being a tightwad.


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  Reply # 2014835 12-May-2018 17:18
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TeaLeaf:

CYaBro: Rugbypass?
You do need a vpn / dns service to use it.


Im not actually sure what the Sky service is called, is it sky go? you dont need a VPN if in nz. its worth it if you can split it up with some mates.


No I was suggesting you subscribe to rugbypass. :)




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  Reply # 2014839 12-May-2018 17:33
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Rugbypass no longer has NRL. If you whant to watch rugby and the league then sky is your best option


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  Reply # 2014868 12-May-2018 18:35
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dazhann:

Rugbypass no longer has NRL. If you whant to watch rugby and the league then sky is your best option



Oh didn’t know that.
They still have the state of origin according to their website.
They do say league too but I guess that’s the English league?




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