Took out a 24 hour trial at the weekend to see what the IPTV experience was like. Can't fault it at all - easy setup, (Installed on an LG smart TV), very easy menu system and easy to find stuff like Sports, movies, etc. Very intuative - like using Sky or any TV service. I went for a 12 month sub after the trial.
I just need to upgrade my broadband to stop some buffering and it's perfect.
As I am based out of Australia I decided after reading the above threads to sign up for a one month trial. The main issues of concern for me were the slow internet speeds we have here in Australia and the impact of the time zone difference.
So far I am two weeks into my trial period and I have to say that everything has been excellent. Milton Potter has been very quick to respond to my questions and has been very helpful in setting this up on my Samsung smart TV. The Smart IPTV app that he recommends to run the streaming service comes with a 7 day free trial, then it was about 6 euros to purchase when that expires. All quite easy to do...
A big plus for me was that I recently signed up for cable internet and this has made a huge difference with bandwidth and streaming live TV into my home. I wouldn't have trialled this with my previous ADSL internet service.
The quality and responsiveness of the TV channels has been excellent, but what has been a huge plus for our family is the video on demand channels which contains box sets and films. Over the past couple of weekends we have watched half a dozen or so films (it is winter here!!) and they have been faultless. No buffering issues and fantastic quality. I understand from Milton that he is able to request certain box sets on your behalf - but no guarantees.
Of course the big test will be the quality and availability of the sports channels when the football season starts, but from what I have experienced so far I will certainly be taking out the 12 month option when my trial month finishes.
The only issue for me so far is the time zone difference so if there was some way I could set up the system so that I could record chosen programs then this would perfect. But as this is a streaming service this makes it very difficult to set up in advance.
I understand that there are cheaper IPTV options available but the service and response from Milton Potter in helping to set this up as been excellent. I would certainly recommend this to others who want good quality access to many premium TV channels from across the world.
Milton, is there a dedicated app for the IPTV on Xbox One? A lot of the apps on Xbox One like emulators and such use fake names like Word Reader, PDF Reader etc... to get around Microsoft's restrictions.
Or would I need to do Dev Mode and then Side Load the IPTV app onto Xbox One through FTP?
Thanks lads i really appreciate the feedback as it helps others to make there mind up.
I do apologise for sounding a touch stupid but I am a techno phobe If I was to get one my sons to down load it to a firestick Is it the stick or the IP address that holds the subscription I.e. Can I travel with it or is it adressed based