Best paid for IPTV recommendations

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  1. Imran's Avatar

    Imran said:

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    Hi,

    Does anyone have any recommendations for a decent paid for IPTV or Kodi stream service. I already subscribe to one for sports and am looking for something with movies, entertainment and other stuff.

    There's so many paid for ones out there I would prefer to get recommendations from people I trust.

    Any recommendations please post or PM me.

    Will probably run via Kodi or VLC from my Mac and will be looking at getting an Amazon Fire TV or Nvidia Shield soon.

    Thanks
     
  2. evilsatan's Avatar

    evilsatan said:

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    What sports one are you subscribed to and how much sport does it cover, how is the quality and reliability etc? I paid for a lifetime sub a long while back on a now tv box, not sure if it works now as I had so many problems with it back then I gave up and took the loss. I know bobo has posted about one but sounds like footie only.

    As for entertainment did you just want TV/Movies on demand? If so I would look at setting up a VPN and use Kodi with free plugins as they scrape loads of sources so kind of protects you from a single service going down causing a loss of service your end.

    Starting to to feel like I'm spamming this, I'm in no way affiliated , but to save you messing with your existing network and sending all your traffic over a VPN you can connect something such as this to your router:
    http://digital-forums.com/showthread...ire-Stick-etc)

     
  3. chizh's Avatar

    chizh said:

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    Gave up with Kodi builds ages ago due to poor quality of streams and incessant updates.

    Recently bought a years' 'QHDTV' from evybuy for £28. Huge list of channels available and I just copied out the links I wanted into a new playlist. There's also 'IUDTV' on offer but I don't know what the difference is, or if there is one. Was linked to it from a seller on Aliexpress who now appear to have banned selling of lines/iptv etc. - If you browse some of the AE postings for Android Tv boxes though, you can still see links out from some of the pages to the various services offered.

    Quality for what I've got is mostly OK but like all of these subs the more people watch a specific channel , the less reliable it becomes. Tests are available for you to try and make you own mind up.

    Also have the same/similar lifetime NowTV as ES above but find that isn't always great despite other members posting positive feedback during games (almost exclusively used for footy backup to sat system TBH)
     
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    Bobby Bouché said:

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    I have been using Kodi heavily for about 18 months.
    The free part of it is great but about six months ago i started using Real-debrid.(https://real-debrid.com/).

    My links work 1080 99% of the time and i also no longer use generic kodi builds as i only use 2-3 add-ons now.

    Further to this i use Sportsmania for sports and its bang on. They also have an IPTV side of things with everything.
     
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    bugnote said:

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    does anyone use a paid IPTV service? any recommendations appreciated. I'm getting fed up of searching for the latest links. I just want a reliable selection of the main UK, US and some EU channels. Tried ruya before but I read they aren't reliable anymore. cheers
    Bug
     
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    Bobby Bouché said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugnote View Post
    does anyone use a paid IPTV service? any recommendations appreciated. I'm getting fed up of searching for the latest links. I just want a reliable selection of the main UK, US and some EU channels. Tried ruya before but I read they aren't reliable anymore. cheers
    Bug
    Sportsmania!
     
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    scoobypatch said:

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    I've been using HDsubs for the past year. It has all the sports channels an movie packages. I paid $350 AUD for a years service. Wouldn't live without it. Only downside is that it is locked to the one device.

    https://hdsubs.com/download

    They have a 7 day free trial.
     
  8. DavidF's Avatar

    DavidF said:

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    VODBOX on facebook. £25 per year ......Streams great @ 90% of time. Has VOD content too
    Next up ACE IPTV - £55-£75 per year.....More professional than VODBOX no buffering @ 3pm on a sat....Where VODBOX sometimes does
    Lastly Smoothstreams It is more expensive but is considered the very best for sports (I think the only do sport) .......As far as im aware Zero buffering EVER.....Get channels from all over the world - Cant remember price but deffo more expensive BUT It IS multi room and multi device AND you can run from 3 different IP's at the same time (So sub sharing works well).....For ALL live sport this service is supposed to be the dogs dangles. Lots of little groups do share subs to this service. (http://mystreams.tv)
    VODBOX for viewing 90 % of time (Gets a bit iffy 3pm sat.....But great if you are using it for gen viewing of all SlY channels plus a few USA channels too.
    ACE for near 100 % perfection again UK and USA channels
    SS for sport.....More expensive but much much better.
     
  9. bugnote's Avatar

    bugnote said:

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    thanks for the recommendations. hd-subs is impressive but doesn't have the regular US channels I'm looking for. still waiting for ace to reply to my trial request.

    found this lot via reddit so have gone for a month trial with hippo iptv. the 24hour trial was quick to access and good selection so will report back in a few weeks.
    cheers
    Bug
     
  10. plug1's Avatar

    plug1 said:

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    Does the server have epg ?
     
  11. piggzy's Avatar

    piggzy said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by plug1 View Post
    Does the server have epg ?
    Think EPG is something you need to do separately.

    IPTV is an m3u file which cant contain EPG unless I am mistaken.
     
  12. satzzz's Avatar

    satzzz said:

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    Piggzy is correct

    Sent from my LG G4
    Just use enough water to cover your vegetables,the same goes for when you're having a bath....
     
  13. plug1's Avatar

    plug1 said:

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    Your wrong the m3u if open it in note pad ,will give an idea
    It can even pull the picons , frum the list
     
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    plug1 said:

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    Progdvb is a great program . Great for testing m3u and .xml
     
  15. satzzz's Avatar

    satzzz said:

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    @plug you are also correct it does depending on what app/service you use to watch on

    Sent from my LG G4
    Just use enough water to cover your vegetables,the same goes for when you're having a bath....
     
  16. DavidF's Avatar

    DavidF said:

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    ACE iptv do epg. All depends on what you are playing it on - firestick with simple iptv will have full epg - kodi app - think also has it. ACE even do catch up too, Im not even with them as I am already sorted via the borrowing others m3u's route lol....But that's a whole other story. As far as im aware that ACE tv is supposed to be really good. I mean again that VODBOX guy's selling something like 1200 channels inc vod for £25 for a year....silly cheap but not always great at 3pm on a sat.....for the money you cant really moan lol.
     
  17. plug1's Avatar

    plug1 said:

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    Try using a random guide.xml with your m3u . It won't work
    Send me test bud and I'll have a look . It's not your server is bud ?
     
  18. plug1's Avatar

    plug1 said:

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    No even simple pvr in kodi is the same
    I can send you m3u to look at , best to pm me
     
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    plug1 said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidF View Post
    ACE iptv do epg. All depends on what you are playing it on - firestick with simple iptv will have full epg - kodi app - think also has it. ACE even do catch up too, Im not even with them as I am already sorted via the borrowing others m3u's route lol....But that's a whole other story. As far as im aware that ACE tv is supposed to be really good. I mean again that VODBOX guy's selling something like 1200 channels inc vod for £25 for a year....silly cheap but not always great at 3pm on a sat.....for the money you cant really moan lol.
    Yip there easy to em borrow ,lol
     
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    jaygo said:

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    I've found another on fac3book
    Seems to be just starting out but had a trial and was solid all through the 3pm stuff I watched on Saturday.
    It's called tvdealextreme


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