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  # 2242947 22-May-2019 10:07
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Are you sure Spark Sport can work on an Android TV device? 

 

According to this page it is only supporting Apple TV as a set top box.

 

https://help.sparksport.co.nz/your-account/what-devices-can-i-watch-spark-sport-on

 

 

 

 




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  # 2243133 22-May-2019 14:13
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  # 2243158 22-May-2019 15:10
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Well I've tried a few times to find out if Spark has on-net Akamai servers in Wellington(closest main city) and the frontline stay either directed me to the wrong place or answered my question with something completely unrelated. 

 

I got an answer from 2 Degrees regarding this question "We do have Akamai cache feeds however not in Wellington. They are dotted around the country (Chch, Hamilton & Auckland)" is this sufficient or not? I'm not sure if that answers my question due to my limited knowledge in the area.

 

Am I better to start a new post for this question and if so where?

 

Cheers


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  # 2243161 22-May-2019 15:14
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Spark has a highly distributed set of Akamai servers on our network. There is substantial Akamai presence in and around the Wellington area.

 

Cheers - N





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