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User friendly iptv for old people

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  • Mar 16th, 2018 1:31 pm
Newbie
Jun 11, 2013
64 posts
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TheSix
You can always use a launcher program to make the icons bigger and easier to access.
I just bought one for my parents and they really liked it.
Having the IPTV on all day.
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Oct 13, 2009
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Iqaluit, NU
DIrty-D wrote:
Mar 12th, 2018 11:58 pm
My parents are 100% non technically savvy bless their hearts. They need something super easy to use unfortunately.
Mag box or an android box running stb emulator

Only thing is when they complain that their $10 a month service that provides 2000 channels freezes or is down 3% of the time, you’ll have to provide them with a reality check.
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Nov 23, 2008
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DIrty-D wrote:
Mar 12th, 2018 10:53 am
My parents are with Rogers. They are paying upwards of $160 a month for basic cable, home phone, and really terrible internet, 15 down 1 up I believe and 150gb cap.
I would like to completely scrap Rogers, sign them up on one of these popular 75/10 internet packages by carrytel or cannet. I them plan to put them on comwave for their phone or get rid of the home phone altogether and port their number to a really cheap void service.

I am tired of calling Rogers to renegotiate their plan every few months, I am just so sick and tired of Rogers and Bell.

My biggest hurdle is the TV. I have zero iptv experience.
My dad likes to watch european channels and soccer, my mom really doesn't care, shes happy with History or Discovery type channels.
So is there an iptv service that is fairly reliable that wont have me going back to their house to reconfigure anything? I just want them to have a tv box thats trouble free.
I really need to get them off Rogers for good.
doesn't sound like you are chinese, right?
if you were, there are a few very reliable options like italkBB
Member
Sep 26, 2007
438 posts
34 upvotes
Richmond Hill
Hi there,
I am in the same boat. Trying to sway my parents to looking at IPTV as dad watches mainly EU soccer and mum watches only Asian channels on the odd time.
Trying to figure out this IPTV thing...
Sr. Member
Dec 20, 2015
864 posts
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Toronto, ON
jmichou wrote:
Mar 16th, 2018 12:42 pm
Hi there,
I am in the same boat. Trying to sway my parents to looking at IPTV as dad watches mainly EU soccer and mum watches only Asian channels on the odd time.
Trying to figure out this IPTV thing...
All I can say is.. Just read the thread on "Best IPTV service" from start to end..lol

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