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Thread: Sky Sport vs Spark sport

  1. #16
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    17th July 2003 - 23:37
    Depending on your router you may see an improvement it you identify you tv as a TV.
    I did when I changed my now deceased Samsung from Android device to TV.

    Smart TV age is measured from release date, not purchase date.
    My TV purchased in April 2020 was cheap because it was a 2018 model.

  2. #17
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    19th November 2002 - 08:55
    (hic) Wine (hic) Country
    Quote Originally Posted by Ruahine View Post
    You don't need to have Spark as your ISP to use the sport service. They will charge anyone

    I have watched a few sessions of the recent test via Chromecast (Mac to TV). Seemed to work OK. The sound and picture is not quite as good as Sky but certainly acceptable.
    If you’re a Spark ISP Subscriber you get 5 bucks a month off. Think you need to implement it though, as it won’t automatically apply.
    It's OK to disagree with me. I can't force you to be right.

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