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If you have TOT internet, you could try their IPTV offerings, they call

it Metv and they have 60 Thai channels and 32 English channels,

cost Bht 730 pm, they offer one package with 18 English channels

at Bht 440 pm, dont know cost of the box ect.

If you google streaming to tv, you will find lots of site that offer links

to stream programs to you tv, I have a Nettop pc that has HDMI and

just stream movies ,series directly to my LED tv, last night i watched

Skyfall, latest Bond movie,latest episodes of Downton Abbey and

Sons of Anarchy ,so search and ye shall find.

regards Worgeordie

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When I stream TV stations on the computer it is very hit and miss. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't and when it does it sometimes "skips" so much that it is hard to follow the program. Are these paid streaming sites any more reliable?

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When I stream TV stations on the computer it is very hit and miss. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't and when it does it sometimes "skips" so much that it is hard to follow the program. Are these paid streaming sites any more reliable?

Hi Ulysses G. I just use the free sites that link you to the likes of Putlocker ,Sockshare, they are the best

out of many, BUT it all depends on how much bandwith you have, I have TOT 10Mbs and most of the time it works

ok, Its well worth the effort as you can watch what you want when you want, not a 5 -10 year repeat ,heres one you can try

iwatchonline just google it.then you will see what I mean. regards Worgeordie

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My we humbly suggest an alternative? Just download our player from our website to your computer....and ready to go!

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If you have TOT internet, you could try their IPTV offerings, they call

it Metv and they have 60 Thai channels and 32 English channels,

cost Bht 730 pm, they offer one package with 18 English channels

at Bht 440 pm, dont know cost of the box ect.

Here's the link to the TOT IPTV service... No idea if it's any good or not.

http://www.totiptv.com/

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TOT and 3BB versions of IPTV don't seem to work (yet).

Iptv and UKTV are the only players at the moment.

Same price but with the IPTV you get hardware included (and VOD and Porn).

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Tommo, I don't have either of them... But I've seen 3BB advertising their IPTV service online and with paper flyers in the malls for months, and TOT MeTV has a pretty well fleshed out website.

What makes you say that they "don't seem to work (yet)"?

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Tommo, I don't have either of them... But I've seen 3BB advertising their IPTV service online and with paper flyers in the malls for months, and TOT MeTV has a pretty well fleshed out website.

What makes you say that they "don't seem to work (yet)"?

I went into the showrooms and had a go with their display models.

The 3BB one hardly worked at all, stuttering, channels failing to load.

I assumed if they couldn't get it working in their showroom, I wouldn't have much luck at home.

ToT couldn't show me one at all or tell me what channels they had.

The IPTV (Thai) box I have, generally works very well.

Some interruptions in service at the moment, apparently due to them adding another 50 channels to their servers.

When it works it's great. Been off a couple of times in the last two weeks.

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Tommo, thanks for clarifying that in terms of your experience...

Re the TOT MeTV website, here's the info they're showing re their channel lineup... Again, no idea what level of operational status they have.

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fwiw, the listed channel lineup above looks very similar to the local BKK cable service I subscribe to (not TrueVisions) and pay 350b a month for, including two points of service.

Edited by TallGuyJohninBKK

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When I stream TV stations on the computer it is very hit and miss. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't and when it does it sometimes "skips" so much that it is hard to follow the program. Are these paid streaming sites any more reliable?

Hi Ulysses G. I just use the free sites that link you to the likes of Putlocker ,Sockshare, they are the best

out of many, BUT it all depends on how much bandwith you have,

Thanks for that. I have 3BB 10 MBs, but in the evening it loads slowly and streaming is pretty much useless most of the time. It is usually OK in the morning and afternoon.

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My we humbly suggest an alternative? Just download our player from our website to your computer....and ready to go!

Yes but you have to pay bht 650 pm as well, correct regards Worgeordie

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Almost all the English speaking cable/streaming channels such as Universal, Nat Geo and all its varients, Sci-Fy etc spend so much time trailing their next presentations I'm truly surprised anyone can bear to watch them let alone actually pay for the experience. On top of that, you have to put up with a mind numbing summary of what you've just watched every 8 minutes or so as the original programming was made for the US market where attention span isn't what it used to be and channel surfing is a national institution.

Happy Thanksgiving, by the way...

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