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#1 OFFLINE   mrjosh


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Posted 31 March 2008 - 04:45 PM

Something on the Sky Angel website strikes me as odd...

If you must have high-speed internet to have their service, then why bother having the information video streamed at dial-up speed? Also, on the most recent "Inside Sky Angel" on Angel Two, they gave you instructions on how to contact tech support if you did not have internet access. Do they not think about things before they publish them?

I did not subscribe to IPTV. The fastest consumer grade internet available in my area comes in at an average of about 600-900Kbps (using Sprint's mobile Broadband).

Just wondering if anyone else noticed this fallacies...

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#2 OFFLINE   quiverof8



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Posted 02 April 2008 - 10:38 PM

hey for a while they were selling Huges net, then offered a "disclaimer" saying that hughes net wasn't fast enough for their iptv. it truly seems like one hand doesn't know what the other is doing.......

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