As a company that helps people find the right IPTV provider, we have been asked hundreds of different questions in relation to these services. For this reason, we have answered some of the most common on this page.
In short, IPTV stands for “Internet Protocol Television.” The service delivers television signals to you through the internet rather than cable or satellite.
If you are experiencing buffering on your IPTV service, it is usually due to low internet speed or high internet traffic – but if your broadband speed is fine then we would recommend reaching out to your IPTV service provider and letting them know.
We would recommend using a tool like Speedtest by Ookla. If you aren’t hitting a stable 8.0 MBPS then you may struggle to use certain services in HD without buffering.
The term VPN stands for “Virtual Private Network” and is a secure private server where people can anonymously browse the internet.
IPTV is legal, so long as the provider in question follows copyright infringement laws.
Asking if it is legal to use IPTV is like asking about the legality of downloading data from the internet. The problem is that the question is too broad for a straightforward answer.
Some IPTV providers will offer a “test line”. An IPTV test line is basically a free trial offered by an IPTV provider. Don’t let the fancy-sounding name confuse you. These test lines give everyone the chance to access an IPTV provider’s services for a set amount of time.
Most providers will provide services for MAG, Android Boxes, Smart TV, Formuler Box and iPads.