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Expats in Krakow - Do you miss TV from back home? Help is at hand!


legendary 1 | 1
24 May 2010 #1
Great news for all you expats out there looking to catch up on all those TV shows that you miss from the UK or US! Now you can watch them using the On-Demand services!

For a small set-up fee of 100pln, you too can enjoy all the on-demand TV that you miss from home.*

For more information get in touch and you'll soon have access to all those TV shows you miss! At the moment, I'm only able to offer this service in Krakow as that is where I am based, however, I am working on getting an information/instruction pack put together that can be emailed over to anyone in other cities/locations.

*N.B. Internet connection required. Small subscription payment is also payable to 3rd party software provider.
Dougpol2 1 | 76
24 May 2010 #2
And this one's free, so why would anybody want to pay?

High quality Streams

- Been up 5 months or so - of course now I've given it the dreaded vote of confidence......
ukpolska
24 May 2010 #3
LOL Get yourself a VPN and have all of them, well almost all of them....

Nothing new here my friend.
Dougpol2 1 | 76
24 May 2010 #4
My link is even better than VPN - better streams.

The twat above is obviously a Cockney chancer - others would have tried to pull the same Cupid Stunt, but either like their own teeth or have principles.
ukpolska
25 May 2010 #5
The trouble is that they are almost certain to go down in the world cup the same as they did for the Olympic games, bummer but true.... :(
peterweg 37 | 2,321
25 May 2010 #6
And this one's free, so why would anybody want to pay?

Problem is that when its popular - F1 race for instance - you get breakups. Any idea how to prevent this?
poland_
25 May 2010 #7
My link is even better than VPN - better streams.

Dougppol2 - he is from Krakow so he has to Irish or a Northener.
Varsovian 92 | 634
25 May 2010 #8
Call me dumb, but I like watching the BBC on my oversized telly.

I prefer satellite TV through my telly to any streaming through a poxy computer screen. By the way, I've noticed that Germans seem to have weird obsessions with leather and rubber. I dunno, perhaps it's just me getting old.
Wayman 3 | 36
25 May 2010 #9
Mrs is only going to miss Eastenders when we move ' Can't see her missing her weekly fix
so i will be looking into adding channels to sat package or cable when i move .
Varsovian 92 | 634
25 May 2010 #10
You won't be able to get BBC on cable in Poland - the British govt is pursuing a cunning plan to impose US English on Europe to make us feel even less at home on the Continent!

It suits the isolationist nature of the "Wogs begin at Calais" mentality.
ukpolska
26 May 2010 #11
Call me dumb, but I like watching the BBC on my oversized telly.

Is your TV as large as my 32'' monitor then and with a better surround 7.1 speaker system?
Dougpol2 1 | 76
27 May 2010 #12
Call me dumb, but I like watching the BBC on my oversized telly.

And how do you do that Varsovian? Are you telling us all you are able to recieve Astra 2D in Warsaw?
Harry
28 May 2010 #13
You can get it, but you need a 2.7m dish. Expensive. Alternatively you can watch TV over Internet connection with your computer connected to your big screen. When I finally get round to buying a new computer and getting Internet at home, that's what I will be doing.
Neil Warsaw 1 | 19
6 Jun 2010 #14
I have been using a very reliable VPN for 4 months (in warsaw), costs 6 pound per month, Can watch all ABC, Fox shows in US, and bbc iplayer, channel 4 od, etc etc in UK....

Never have a problem with streaming, and if you have a LCD TV most of the time there is a input for a VGA lead so we just hook the laptop to the TV! Anyone who wants the details of the VPN let me know, im not gonna advertise for them..
keithush - | 10
14 Apr 2014 #15
Talk about hi-jacking an old topic!!

What is wrong with the internet anyway, just download what you want to watch and watch at your lesiure.
Can't be any easier
smurf 39 | 1,981
14 Apr 2014 #16
You can't exactly download live sport as it's happening.
Sure Polish tv show plenty of sport but compared to English and Irish coverage the analysis is appalling.
Thankfully though you can steam it using a VPN.
Wayman 3 | 36
4 Jun 2015 #17
Kodi ... simple as ...


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