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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 9:14 pm 
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Old Master wrote:
Mine hasn't missed a beat. :D

Are you watching the Holland vs Italy match. I have it recorded so don't put up any scores. :D


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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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Mine hasn't missed a beat. :D

Are you watching the Holland vs Italy match. I have it recorded so don't put up any scores. :D


I hope you’ve extended the recording, extra time is great.

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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 9:36 pm 
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SBS to broadcast ALL World Cup action LIVE over the next 48 hours

MONDAY 18 JUNE
Group F Sweden v Korea Republic LIVE from 9.45pm* on SBS (kick-off 10pm*) NEW


TUESDAY 19 JUNE
Group G Belgium v Panama LIVE from 12.45am* on SBS (kick-off 1am*) NEW
Group G Tunisia v England LIVE from 3.30am* on SBS (kick-off 4am*)
Group H Colombia v Japan LIVE from 9.30pm* on SBS (kick-off 10pm*)

WEDNESDAY 20 JUNE
Group H Poland v Senegal LIVE from 12.45am* on SBS (kick-off 1am*) NEW
Group A Russia v Egypt LIVE from 3.45am* on SBS (kick-off 4am*) NEW


This is where the WC belongs .


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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 10:13 pm 
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ozzie owl wrote:
MegaBonus wrote:
SBS to broadcast ALL World Cup action LIVE over the next 48 hours

MONDAY 18 JUNE
Group F Sweden v Korea Republic LIVE from 9.45pm* on SBS (kick-off 10pm*) NEW


TUESDAY 19 JUNE
Group G Belgium v Panama LIVE from 12.45am* on SBS (kick-off 1am*) NEW
Group G Tunisia v England LIVE from 3.30am* on SBS (kick-off 4am*)
Group H Colombia v Japan LIVE from 9.30pm* on SBS (kick-off 10pm*)

WEDNESDAY 20 JUNE
Group H Poland v Senegal LIVE from 12.45am* on SBS (kick-off 1am*) NEW
Group A Russia v Egypt LIVE from 3.45am* on SBS (kick-off 4am*) NEW


This is where the WC belongs .


Why dont you preach what you believe and ditch Optus and Foxtel? Why don’t things belong on there?
Without pay to there is no football in this country. Optus are struggling but short term pain will ensure long term gain.

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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 2:29 am 
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I have revised my assessment of Panama. They're not the worst. its a tie between Saudis and Australia


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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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zzz wrote:
I have revised my assessment of Panama. They're not the worst. its a tie between Saudis and Australia


Thanks for the technical update.


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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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zzz wrote:
I have revised my assessment of Panama. They're not the worst. its a tie between Saudis and Australia

:lol:

We know you don't like Muslims and you don't like Australian football.

Give us some original thought for a change.

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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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All the group games live now on SBS-thank you optus!


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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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predrag wrote:
All the group games live now on SBS-thank you optus!


I wonder if it was OM's new miraculous technology that caused all the issue. If it was, thanks. I can watch in HD and record onto Foxtel IQ.


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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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eagleboy wrote:
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All the group games live now on SBS-thank you optus!


I wonder if it was OM's new miraculous technology that caused all the issue. If it was, thanks. I can watch in HD and record onto Foxtel IQ.


You owe me royalties!!

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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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eagleboy wrote:
predrag wrote:
All the group games live now on SBS-thank you optus!


I wonder if it was OM's new miraculous technology that caused all the issue. If it was, thanks. I can watch in HD and record onto Foxtel IQ.


Massive PR disaster for Optus. I agree at least unlike Optus at least the games can be recorded on Foxtel IQ.


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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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ozzie owl wrote:
eagleboy wrote:
predrag wrote:
All the group games live now on SBS-thank you optus!


I wonder if it was OM's new miraculous technology that caused all the issue. If it was, thanks. I can watch in HD and record onto Foxtel IQ.


Massive PR disaster for Optus. I agree at least unlike Optus at least the games can be recorded on Foxtel IQ.


foxtel = iq
optus = fetch

no difference

The app is rubbish Fetch is superb. If they didn't promise the app no one would be complaining except those who have CHOSEN not to get Fetch, the same people who have CHOSEN to get Foxtel.

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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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eagleboy wrote:
predrag wrote:
All the group games live now on SBS-thank you optus!


I wonder if it was OM's new miraculous technology that caused all the issue. If it was, thanks. I can watch in HD and record onto Foxtel IQ.


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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2018 10:30 pm 
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Portugal v Morocco on SBS HD looks brilliant :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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ozzie owl wrote:
Portugal v Morocco on SBS HD looks brilliant :wink:



Yawn? I am watching in perfect HD on Fetch, so again, what is your point?

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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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ozzie owl wrote:
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How are you peasants watching the World Cup this year?
Optus Sport doesn't look like a very good option. Only SD streams in 2018. What a country.


Whats it like in the Gulag?


You need to get out more.


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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2018 2:33 am 
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zzz wrote:
I have revised my assessment of Panama. They're not the worst. its a tie between Saudis and Australia

:lol:

We know you don't like Muslims and you don't like Australian football.

Give us some original thought for a change.


Says who?


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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2018 10:20 am 
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ozzie owl wrote:
eagleboy wrote:
predrag wrote:
All the group games live now on SBS-thank you optus!


I wonder if it was OM's new miraculous technology that caused all the issue. If it was, thanks. I can watch in HD and record onto Foxtel IQ.


Massive PR disaster for Optus. I agree at least unlike Optus at least the games can be recorded on Foxtel IQ.


Get the Optus App and you just rewatch the game when you want OR ask OM's mate to set up a system using aerials to get it all for free.

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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2018 10:59 am 
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God is an Englishman wrote:

Get the Optus App and you just rewatch the game when you want OR ask OM's mate to set up a system using aerials to get it all for free.


Ozzie Owl can't comprehend this, he is under the false impression Optus is 100% rubbish, when only part of it is.

I was loyal to them, and watched last night in HD on Optus with no issue.....and this was a mixture of app and Fetch. I am happy the fools who have a choice have gone to watch Foster, providing an even better experience for me :)

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Allez Allez Allez wrote:
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Get the Optus App and you just rewatch the game when you want OR ask OM's mate to set up a system using aerials to get it all for free.


Ozzie Owl can't comprehend this, he is under the false impression Optus is 100% rubbish, when only part of it is.

I was loyal to them, and watched last night in HD on Optus with no issue.....and this was a mixture of app and Fetch. I am happy the fools who have a choice have gone to watch Foster, providing an even better experience for me :)


SBS works better for me as I can only watch Optus on the main tv. Now I watch the games in more comfort.

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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Allez Allez Allez wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:

Get the Optus App and you just rewatch the game when you want OR ask OM's mate to set up a system using aerials to get it all for free.


Ozzie Owl can't comprehend this, he is under the false impression Optus is 100% rubbish, when only part of it is.

I was loyal to them, and watched last night in HD on Optus with no issue.....and this was a mixture of app and Fetch. I am happy the fools who have a choice have gone to watch Foster, providing an even better experience for me :)


SBS works better for me as I can only watch Optus on the main tv. Now I watch the games in more comfort.


I now have three fetch boxes (Thanks to the Optus woes), until then SBS was better for me due to it being on my main TV, my 'football' TV is not the main one.

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Allez Allez Allez wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:

Get the Optus App and you just rewatch the game when you want OR ask OM's mate to set up a system using aerials to get it all for free.


Ozzie Owl can't comprehend this, he is under the false impression Optus is 100% rubbish, when only part of it is.

I was loyal to them, and watched last night in HD on Optus with no issue.....and this was a mixture of app and Fetch. I am happy the fools who have a choice have gone to watch Foster, providing an even better experience for me :)


AAA for your information I never said Optus is 100% rubbish and I have the Optus app and have watched the EPL this season. The Optus premier league shows are excellent , especially the highlights show and I watch some games live. However my issue is that Optus buys the rights to the biggest sporting event on the planet and then is shocked by the demand and its system's cant cope. Nothing more nothing less.


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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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ozzie owl wrote:
Allez Allez Allez wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:

Get the Optus App and you just rewatch the game when you want OR ask OM's mate to set up a system using aerials to get it all for free.


Ozzie Owl can't comprehend this, he is under the false impression Optus is 100% rubbish, when only part of it is.

I was loyal to them, and watched last night in HD on Optus with no issue.....and this was a mixture of app and Fetch. I am happy the fools who have a choice have gone to watch Foster, providing an even better experience for me :)


AAA for your information I never said Optus is 100% rubbish and I have the Optus app and have watched the EPL this season. The Optus premier league shows are excellent , especially the highlights show and I watch some games live. However my issue is that Optus buys the rights to the biggest sporting event on the planet and then is shocked by the demand and its system's cant cope. Nothing more nothing less.


That's all cool and I agree to an extent BUT the point is, with Fetch there is no problem. I keep going back to 1992 and EPL going to Pay TV (Sky), and now it's on BT and soon Amazon Prime.

To get the content you need you sometimes have to pay extra or swap, and that is what is happening here now. With Optus, Fetch TV you can watch FTA and Optus Sport.

Optus are far from blameless and have screwed up - but the outrage is OTT.

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 Post subject: Re: How are you watching the World Cup?
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I am not looking forward to going back to optus for all the round of 16 games.


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My SBS coverage of the Portugal game blanked out for about 10 mins last night. I blame Optus.

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So far I have had no problems with my service, always perfect with no drop outs. :P :P :P

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Old Master wrote:
So far I have had no problems with my service, always perfect with no drop outs. :P :P :P


Maybe you just have to make sure you're not within playing distance of the TV, then you can avoid the penalty.

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Old Master wrote:
So far I have had no problems with my service, always perfect with no drop outs. :P :P :P


So you are a master of racquet sports too now?

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Allez Allez Allez wrote:
Old Master wrote:
So far I have had no problems with my service, always perfect with no drop outs. :P :P :P


So you are a master of racquet sports too now?


His best mate is Roger Federer.

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God is an Englishman wrote:
Allez Allez Allez wrote:
Old Master wrote:
So far I have had no problems with my service, always perfect with no drop outs. :P :P :P


So you are a master of racquet sports too now?


His best mate is Roger Federer.


:lol: :lol: :lol:

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