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IPTV stands for Internet Protocol Television. In its broadest definition, IPTV is just another way of describing TV that’s streamed over the internet, versus through cables or satellites. That includes everything from the live stream on HBO’s website, to videos on YouTube.
Within that broad definition is the IPTV that most cord-cutters and TV fans are interested in — IPTV services that give subscribers access to hundreds, or even thousands, of popular TV channels for a very cheap monthly fee. There are now dozens of IPTV providers offering users a TV experience that looks and feels very much like traditional cable or satellite at a tiny fraction of the cost.
It features thousands of channels — including all the best US network and cable channels. Subscribers pay a few dollars a month to watch virtually any channel out there. Users can watch IPTV on a variety of devices, but the most popular way to stream IPTV is with a special IPTV boxes aslo known as “MAG boxes” or Android TV boxes. Mag and Android tv boxes remove a lot of the hassle of set-up, and stream content directly onto your nice big living room TV set. Many IPTV users also stream content on KODI.The user experience with IPTV isn’t as slick as with a cable subscription — but it’s extremely close. Certainly close enough to be well worth the vast price difference. In fact, it’s the user-friendly interface, good enough to make people feel like they’re watching cable TV, that has made IPTV so popular. What’s more, the experience is far more reliable and convenient than using free platforms like torrenting or Kodi — prompting frustrated users to shell out a few bucks in exchange for a better service. IPTV channels include live TV, live sports, and movies. Channels are presented in a familiar EPG (Electronic Program Guide) format, which makes it fast and easy to switch channels.
There are several factors that will play a role in your streaming experience:
1. Your device. (Firesticks are not optimal but can work)
2. Your internet speed (least recommended speed is 20mb/s)
3. Your setup (wired/Hardwired and of course user maintenance)
4. A VPN (No VPN are allowed with pur service and will only cause problems)
Pros/Cons At the end of the day no IPTV service will be perfect. Channels will go down due to maintenance our server issues. You just have to always keep in mind what you are getting vs what you are paying. If your looking for cable tv type perfection you might want to just stick with your over priced cable tv. Also keep in mind that 2 PPV events watched on our service will pay for the entire year!!
As stated, the term IPTV is very broad. There are lots of completely legal IPTV streams, like the live streams on TV network websites. There are also many legitimate IPTV services, such as USTVNow or streaming services like Sling TV or fuboTV AND OUR TV SERVICE. TRY IT OUT!
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