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adisor19

join:2004-10-11
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·Acanac
reply to yyzlhr

Re: Zazeen (Acanac) IPTV approved

said by yyzlhr:

said by adisor19:

said by rogersmogers :

Price will be the same as everything else out there because the content providers set the price and if you want the customers to subscribe you will pay the price the broadcaster wants and you will pass that along to the customer. The same as all the other sat/cable companies do.

For those thinking it will be cheaper you are living in a dream land.

Paul has already mentioned on the Acanac forums that their prices will be lower than the the current providers.

Also, Colba.net already has lower prices and includes RDS in their BASE package. So your theory has already been proven false. Nice try.

Adi

Colba.net's programming is limited to SD and the selection is still rather limited.

No, it's NOT. Did you even LOOK at their TV channel lists ? RDS HD, CTV HD, SRC HD and TVA HD are all channels offered in HD !

They also have a bunch of upcoming channels that have been announced in HD. Take a look : »www.colba.net/main.php?cont=iptv&lang=fr

Yes, they are still working on adding more HD channels but don't say they are limited to SD.

Adi

yyzlhr

join:2012-09-03
Scarborough, ON
kudos:4
said by adisor19:

No, it's NOT. Did you even LOOK at their TV channel lists ? RDS HD, CTV HD, SRC HD and TVA HD are all channels offered in HD !

They also have a bunch of upcoming channels that have been announced in HD. Take a look : »www.colba.net/main.php?cont=iptv&lang=fr

Yes, they are still working on adding more HD channels but don't say they are limited to SD.

Adi

Sorry, I read elsewhere that they were only in SD and a quick scan of their website caused me to miss the very few HD channels that they actually carry.

But realistically, these providers need better programming to be relevant. With such limited programming, they'll have a hard time gaining marketshare from the big guys. In addition, they'll have a hard time convincing those who rely on OTA and OTT content to switch as they'll have to pay for programming that they're getting for free right now.