Satellite TV on your PC - via the Internet

  xania 11:35 21 Jan 2007

Does anyone have any thoughts on this package. It seems too good to be true, and you know the adage. Also, plenty of hype, but where's the evidence. Finally, arrived as junk mail in my e-mail filter - twice. And I'm not sure its legal. So there's 4 turn-offs - and yet - and yet.

  Stuartli 11:39 21 Jan 2007

More legal(?):

click here

  rodriguez 11:51 21 Jan 2007

Stuarti's is legal, the one that you got emailed isn't I don't think. On the site that Stuartli posted, you can watch free-to-air channels from across the world. The one that you got emailed offers premium channels such as Sky Sports I think (I've seen ones like that before). It could also be a scam where you basically pay them and they send you a link to the site that Stuartli just posted. My advice is to avoid it.

  xania 11:52 21 Jan 2007

Yes, I have seen this before - and its free!

  rodriguez 12:05 21 Jan 2007

If it's free it's definately illegal, and if you're caught using it Sky (or other TV providers) can take action against you.

  xania 08:57 22 Jan 2007

No - Stuartli's web site is free and legal. It merely points to the wb sites of the TV channels, where those are free to make a charge.

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