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    Joost iPTV Invites?

    This is a discussion on Joost iPTV Invites? within the General chat forums, part of the Community channel category; Its not just that, For example, Lost, There are ways *not that SkyUser reccomends of approves in anyway or form* ...

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      Re: Joost iPTV Invites?

      Its not just that, For example, Lost, There are ways *not that SkyUser reccomends of approves in anyway or form* to watch them on the internet way before they are shown in the UK.

      iPTV is the way forward, Sky Anytime, BT Vision, OrangeTV, all these new companies.

      Its just like on a mobile phone, You have it to call, If you can, Why not make use of its other features like SMS, MMS?


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      Re: Joost iPTV Invites?

      dont start me on mobile phones

      why do people want mobile phones lmao

      telephone boxes they are there to be used


      hahahaha

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      Re: Joost iPTV Invites?

      well i had an e-mail saying i had unlimited mates invites

      but you aint a mate..

      kidding ill send you one

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      Re: Joost iPTV Invites?

      Quote Originally Posted by FibreOptic View Post
      Its not just that, For example, Lost, There are ways *not that SkyUser reccomends of approves in anyway or form* to watch them on the internet way before they are shown in the UK.
      But why are people so desperate to see something like Lost before it is shown on British TV. I pay Sky xx pounds per month and it would be pretty pointless staying with them if I was to watch all my favourite shows by these methods.

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      Re: Joost iPTV Invites?

      Quote Originally Posted by newskyBOd View Post



      maybe i am missing something
      Its not really TV on your PC more a collection of videos in different categories of which there are many.

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      Re: Joost iPTV Invites?

      Quote Originally Posted by Alan b View Post
      But why are people so desperate to see something like Lost before it is shown on British TV. I pay Sky xx pounds per month and it would be pretty pointless staying with them if I was to watch all my favourite shows by these methods.
      Well, firstly not everyone has Sky, so waiting for it to air on Free-to-Air terrestrial television stations is often a long and painful waiting game, thats if they even bother to air it at all.

      I've only just signed up to Sky, and I plan on watching these shows before they air on Sky if there is a major time difference... I realise that British carriers often delays starting the season to offset the mid-season gap that often plagues American television, however, taking Heroes as an example, its only mid-series on SciFi but it has already finished airing on NBC.

      Personally, I got Sky for the gaps in my regular entertainment schedule. Free-to-air never seems to have anything decent on when I want to watch TV. Now I get movies all the time, as well as dedicated channels for things like SciFi and Drama shows for the missus!

     

     
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