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    Default Can anyone recommend a good Iptv service here in Australia?

    Good afternoon everyone
    At the suggestion of another helpful member i am putting up a new thread after having the question answered about scam resellers and out right thieves appearing as advertising in google.

    I have an android media box and we already have stan, netflix and prime subscriptions but looking around for what else is able to be subscribed too legally without a vpn here in Australia. Paying premium foxtel via satellite and thinking there has got to be a better & cheaper way to get more via the Internet.

    I have unlimited nbn 100 mbps connection

    So as the title says, looking for suggestions/recommendations on good iptv services viewable in Australia

    Your time and suggestions welcomed and appreciated

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    Here are a few that were working for me at some stage. The US TV one will require a VPN for some of the channels but not all. YMMV.







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    Quote Originally Posted by lsemmens View Post
    Here are a few that were working for me at some stage. The US TV one will require a VPN for some of the channels but not all. YMMV.







    Thank you for that, my original belief was I donít need a vpn service but from what i have gleaned it appears as though a good quality USA based vpn is needed for the best results.

    Appreciate your suggestions

    Cheers
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    Once you get a vpn you can get bbc iplayer which always has a good selection of newish movies, not to mention everything else, I watch more of that than foxtel.

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    no vpn required for most m3u services, work fine with telstra fttn and starlink........
    FTTN, 400m line length, bit faster now with 2x100/20 connection via load balancing.....


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    Thank you everyone for your assistance thus far, so now onto the next aspect, the vpn component.

    My existing TPg supplied Tp Link modem does not have router vpn support. I rang TPG today and they donít offer a vpn router apparently.

    So, do I need to change routers to one that will support vpn for everything behind it on my local network?

    Looks like vpnexpress is the go too for value and reliability, any other recommendations for vpn specifically for iptv?

    Thank you as always
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    The paid iptv services don't require a VPN.

    . Uk/USA providers like BBC etc will need one to use their apps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrtor View Post
    any other recommendations for vpn specifically for iptv?

    Thank you as always
    Cheets
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    Everyone has a favourite but generally speaking they are very similar. I use getflix and have had little trouble over many years.

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    Have a look at britbox, paid legit service, no VPN required.

    Probably cheaper than a decent VPN.

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    I use Express VPN no problems in 3yrs. very fast throughput and loads of servers in almost every country in the world.

    I have a referral code if you want to look at it . Good for 13 months for the price of 12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wherealien View Post
    I use Express VPN no problems in 3yrs. very fast throughput and loads of servers in almost every country in the world.
    I'm new to this, are there any good free Servers about or do you still need to purchase for best viewing, worldwide as well?

    thanks
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    are there any good free Servers about or do you still need to purchase for best viewing, worldwide as well?

    I don't know of any "good" free vpn providers.

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    Free iptv feeds via kodi etc are fine if you enjoy spending more time chasing working ones than watching TV.....

    If you just want to watch TV from all over the world, pay for a service....

    No VPN is needed for any of the paid services that provide a m3u file.

    They work on apps on smart TV, Android box etc.

    I use ibotv app on LG smart TV.

    If you want to watch UK TV etc via their apps you will need a VPN unless you pay for britbox which is a combination of BBC and ITV for overseas viewers and doesn't need a VPN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoe View Post
    If you just want to watch TV from all over the world, pay for a service....
    No VPN is needed for any of the paid services that provide a m3u file.
    Are there any limitations with Ibotv? ...will give a go soon.

    thanks
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    Ibotv is just a player thet uses a m3u file.

    You will need to pay a provider for a service. You can then log into that providers website and copy the m3u link allocated to you.

    You then go to Ibotv website and upload to your app using details from your tv/stb

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