Discussion in 'The Netherlands' started by Orange14, May 24, 2021.
No on demand, but you can record matches if you want
Here's a site that accepts paypal: https://www.artainapp.nl/shop/
I would pay 10 Euro and try them out for a month.
Check out all the channels you get: https://www.artainapp.nl/playlist/
That one has too many channels!!! Do you use either of the first two you posted? Both of those look reasonable and this one: https://baznga.nl/winkel/ does not auto renew which I like. They also take PayPal.
All I am interested in is the Dutch league matches. I have enough other streaming alternatives on this side of the pond and still have cable television.
I use Torpedo for Dutch channels:
But remember what I told you, you'll wanna get a backup provider in case some channels buffer or dont work. Right now I'm still searching for a backup because my previous one has disappeared
And dont buy more than 1 month. Just keep renewing every month.
If you buy for 1 year and the provider goes tits up after 1 month you lost 11 months of service
Here is how it works, there's someone who's streaming all these channels from one megasite (think Kim Dotcomm). He then branches out to resellers (these are the people with websites where you and I can purchase the IPTV service).
Just so you know how much money is involved, I talked to one reseller who buys each service from the main megasite for $1 per stream. He then resells to people like us for $15/month. He told me he had 250 customers. So 250 times $15 = $3,750 gross profit per month. Thats a lot of incentive to keep you as a customer.
And I have the feeling not too many tax forms are being filled out by these people
Interesting that topedoiptv is based in Canada!
Do they have the Dutch ESPN channels?
Yeah, its nice and steady too.
I previously had Nitro which was based in the US, but they went belly up:
Do they have the Dutch ESPN Channels?
And all Ziggo channels plus NPO as well
Yes, indeed. I sent an email to them and they responded within 20 minutes!!! I'll give this a try.
His customer service is excellent. Torpedo has been around for almost 4 years, he wont rip you off. I have been a loyal customer with them for about 2 years
He's going to send me a 24 hour test link tomorrow so I'll give it a try.
Good!! And like I previously said, my advice is try to get a 2nd service as backup.
If for some reason the channels go blank I try to find another country that airs the Ajax game. You can find that on www.livesoccertv.com:
But if you have 2 different providers 99% of the time you should able to get one of the Dutch channels to work. If not, just switch to a different country thats listed on livesoccertv.com
Did I read it right they're going to produce Eredivisie matches in 4K?
Some matches will be 4K and some will be 1080
Watching PSV right now on IPTV in flawless 1080p on SBS6. The white lines on the screen are from my mobile phone camera, not from the TV
You don't have 1080p on your smartfoon?
I have a cheap motorola and that one has1080p.
A;though I noticed several brands, including motorola started issuing new smartfoons with lesser screens, while being more expensive than the one I got for years now.
According to the Ajax reddit... Games will be on ESPN+ in Spanish!!
I have a Samsung S9. No idea what definition the camera is
I think it might be my own fingerprint on the lens
That is fine with me!!!!
y yo hablo Espanol!!!!
You are correct. I saw your post and went to the ESPN+ schedule and the Sunday Feyenoord-Willem II match is going to be shown with Spanish commentary. ESPN2 Norte is carrying the Eredivisie in Mexico and Central America, in Spanish, and so this is likely ESPN+'s work around.
No worries. Thanks for pointing this out, because the Eredivisie matches were not on the schedule as of yesterday.
There you go, problem solved
Seems to me a good thing you can't understand the commentator. On Dutch tv there are a few guys who, if they were sitting next to me in a stadium blurping their unbearable verbal diarrhea, I would tell them to stfu or get punched.