Premier League and FA's Plan To End Illegal Streaming Of Football

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by BlueRon7, 18 Mar 2017.

  1. Joe Pineapple

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    Right.
    If you're not bothered about HD channels then a sky sub is £18 per year
    Cheap box for sat only:


    Therefore, £38+18 and you're sorted for a year with all Sky channels, Pay per views etc.

    If you want a box that has a 7 day guide and some other fancy apps but Sky only then you'd be looking at one of these:
    http://www.zgemma.co.uk/single-sat-tuner

    For a cable sub you're looking at £80 per year.
    A dual box that has both tuners and you'd be looking at one of these:
    http://www.zgemma.co.uk/Sat-Cable-Terrestrial/zgemma-star-h2

    You then have the choice of which sub to take. I personally have both, never really use the sat side but it's always there as a backup if the cable sub goes down for any reason.

    If anyone wants a link, I can point you to a reliable provider for both sat and cable.

    And TCIB, no these boxes aren't affected by forced box updates.
     
  2. aguerrrroooooooooooo

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    I have used an open box in a villa in Spain and they aren't that good, you're probably best putting the extra money aside for a zgemma I reckon
     
  3. TCIB

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    Cheers for the infos boss.
     
  4. Joe Pineapple

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    I used to have an openbox before my zgemma and never had a problem with it. All updates are done via the box now as well so no need for messing around downloading channel lists.
    They are very simple to use and ideal for people looking for no frills sat cardsharing
     
  5. aguerrrroooooooooooo

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    Ah fair enough, sounds like you know your stuff mate :)
     
  6. SilverFox2

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    Hi Joe,
    Are they still using CCcam and NewCamd to decode the sat signals or has technology passed me by in its usual way ?
    The elation when my delicate dish placement actually gave me the unbreakable Sky paid for chann. Many years ago but still fond memories.
     
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  7. Skip Donoghue

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    Card sharing isn't going anywhere soon....Sly still has plenty of the old Thompson boxes out there showing only SD channels and these boxes are the ones used for CS until Sly get rid of all these boxes and replace with the new type CS will remain
     
  8. aguerrrroooooooooooo

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    Not to mention a lot of European Chan's encryption have been broken
     
  9. Joe Pineapple

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    Most servers use mgcamd as standard now.
     
  10. TCIB

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