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In non-technical words, IPTV (Internet Protocol television) stations have web addresses that are obtained from official sources or authorized services for easier access to the end user who has any media player that supports streaming.

The website is a database of channels that are available worldwide, and the EPG repo scrapes the guides for various channels available on different websites.

Both these different scopes do not represent a list of streams that are available in the playlists, as they’re entirely different repositories and serve different purposes.

A lot of channels are ready for main public because of adaptive resolution. If you have a slow connection, play again at another time, because you may experience short stuttering and/or signal loss.

Some TV stations have a maximum of simultaneous users. So if this stream does not display correctly (becuase of bandwidth limit), you will have to play at another time.

No. This playlist does not replace traditional cable, a pay service, because this playlist can’t include exclusive channels that may not be available on free-to-air. In other words, you will not have all the channels in the world. 

No. Also, the maintenance of this service is self-financed. If a stranger asks to pay to access the playlist, we suggest not to follow it.

No. This is not our purpose.

Your subscription will be activated from the moment where you receive login credentials. You might or might not be able to get the credentials immediately. If you don’t receive it immediately, you don’t need to worry because the email will come to you eventually.

Issuing a ticket for account activation or technical support will get a response between 1 hour to 2. But we intend to reply within the hour of receiving the mentioned tickets. But during peak hours this can take up to 3 hours.

Well, you can use your IPTV subscription on multiple devices. However, you will only be able to watch the channels content on one device only at the same time.

Types of IPTV Formats


video on demand

time-shifted TV

Live IPTV allows users to live stream television broadcasts in real time, similar to traditional TV. Live TV most often serves to broadcast live events like sports events, conferences, etc.

VOD IPTV services work the same way as with most OTT providers — you pay a subscription fee and, in return, have access to a large library of videos you can request to watch whenever.

This model is particularly appealing to consumers because it offers incredible flexibility. More and more IPTV providers have been introducing on-demand services to combat the growing popularity of over-the-top streaming platforms like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video.

Time-shifted TV or catch-up TV is a service unique to IPTV that allows users to watch previously broadcasted TV shows later

There’s one big difference between time-shifted TV and VOD, though. Time-shifted TV lets users rewatch old content only for a limited time. Most often, broadcasts will be available for a few days before disappearing. Anything older than that would be considered a VOD. 

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