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« Reply #105 on: Friday, September 16, 2016, 11:36:31 »

Another letter today offering 60% off and 75 credit. Too late I'm afraid
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« Reply #106 on: Sunday, January 15, 2017, 17:43:06 »

I use sportsmania. it's paid for (I paid 26 for 6 months) but links are always solid and HD when I've used it. Hardly use it now mind.
I tried to join Sportsmania today but the site says its no longer taking new subscriptions. I'm fed up with watching crap quality live match streaming with poor picture quality and lots of buffering - now that Sportsmania is off - any ideas plz chaps
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« Reply #107 on: Sunday, January 15, 2017, 18:03:26 »

I tried to join Sportsmania today but the site says its no longer taking new subscriptions. I'm fed up with watching crap quality live match streaming with poor picture quality and lots of buffering - now that Sportsmania is off - any ideas plz chaps

Here you go : http://www.sportsnationhd.tv/view.php?pg=login

All new sportsmania subs are done through here, its the sister site
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« Reply #108 on: Sunday, January 15, 2017, 19:07:45 »

had SportsMania for about 3 weeks now, been seamless so far.
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« Reply #109 on: Monday, January 16, 2017, 16:15:06 »

had SportsMania for about 3 weeks now, been seamless so far.

It had a couple of issues recently but they've rebuilt the server and stopped new members - as per Tans's post all new subs now via Sportsnation which is exactly the same service on a different server.

No issues since this has happened. The people who run it actually do try to keep it running as smoothly as possible and definitely not in the business of taking your cash and not maintaining it.
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« Reply #110 on: Monday, January 16, 2017, 17:30:09 »

I've just cancelled mine as I switched to BT. I'll wait and see what happens.............
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« Reply #111 on: Monday, January 16, 2017, 18:37:46 »

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I've just cancelled mine as I switched to BT. I'll wait and see what happens.............

it'll turn off non ftv/FTA channels in a month Wink

what do you want to happen?
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« Reply #112 on: Tuesday, January 17, 2017, 13:45:44 »

I'm looking at sometime soon getting a TV for my son in his bedroom, ideally I'd like Sky connected but not having to pay anymore as we already pay for multiroom having sky upstairs and down (not sure you can have more than 2 connections anyway) is there a way of getting his new TV connected somehow maybe to another box or the dish so he can watch Sky ?

Also other than taking the controls away is there a way I can restrict how long the TV stays on for - so he cant turn it in early hours or when he is supposed to be in bed
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« Reply #113 on: Tuesday, January 17, 2017, 13:53:48 »

it'll turn off non ftv/FTA channels in a month Wink

what do you want to happen?

Well everyone else seems to be getting "come back to us" offers
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« Reply #114 on: Tuesday, January 17, 2017, 13:57:38 »

Well, if you want to go down the dodgy route someone else can answer.
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If you mean legally :

Define "watching sky"?
  - having the sky channels you subscribe to now
  - having the free channels but not the pay for ones
  - something else?

Given you don't want to pay more then that rules out
  - another multiroom (don't think sky do new subs on this now)
  - Sky Q

If free TV:
  another sat box (freesat, old sky with freesatfromsky) and cable to existing dish - you may need to change LNB to an octo if there are no spare outputs - that'll cost unless you DY
  terrestrial freeview?!

If Sky subscriptions
  - video sender from one of the other boxes (most have remote extenders too). Quality can be variable/prone ti interference
  - coax cable from one of the other boxes + magic eye
  - Sky GO - use PC or similar. Can you connect PC to TV and it still work?
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« Reply #115 on: Tuesday, January 17, 2017, 16:33:24 »



Also other than taking the controls away is there a way I can restrict how long the TV stays on for - so he cant turn it in early hours or when he is supposed to be in bed

Get a timer socket for the wall and plug the tv into it or change the tv settings to power off at a particular time.
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« Reply #116 on: Thursday, January 19, 2017, 13:59:45 »

Well, if you want to go down the dodgy route someone else can answer.
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If you mean legally :

Define "watching sky"?
  - having the sky channels you subscribe to now
  - having the free channels but not the pay for ones
  - something else?

Given you don't want to pay more then that rules out
  - another multiroom (don't think sky do new subs on this now)
  - Sky Q

If free TV:
  another sat box (freesat, old sky with freesatfromsky) and cable to existing dish - you may need to change LNB to an octo if there are no spare outputs - that'll cost unless you DY
  terrestrial freeview?!

If Sky subscriptions
  - video sender from one of the other boxes (most have remote extenders too). Quality can be variable/prone ti interference
  - coax cable from one of the other boxes + magic eye
  - Sky GO - use PC or similar. Can you connect PC to TV and it still work?


Hmm yea 'Magic eye' may be the way to go, not gonna pay any extra just for kids to watch TV

Get a timer socket for the wall and plug the tv into it or change the tv settings to power off at a particular time.

Good point, why didn't I think of that - simple
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« Reply #117 on: Thursday, January 19, 2017, 14:01:42 »


Good point, why didn't I think of that - simple

Works fine until the kids work out how to change the settings!
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