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  1. I dont understand why you would download if its already on demand? I took a look at it, but mine plays for 5 mins and then asks for subscription, all uk tv has paid icons next to it.
  2. Dont remember say that, Only twist here buddy is your words :) The post was about people happy to pay for an official service if only it was available, supply, demand and all of that. Besides, my 3 year old son could find his way around expat tv well, its not surprising he is finding the finer points of kodi a little more challenging. However in your holier-than-thou eyes we are all crooks......:)
  3. Think you hit the nail on the head, people subscribed to thai expat tv as it was a service not being provided anywhere else, The fact people actually paid for it would demonstrate they were not out to steal from anyone (well, in principle anyway) as opposed to totally free options being discussed on here.So there is an obvious market.
  4. Same people involved, DSI confiscated all the servers- not just 365 Sport, so collateral.
  5. Its all to do with the football, big money involved.
  6. Or just simply remove the server! I am hearing a couple of my friends can no longer access expat tv.
  7. Yep, totally agree. The rest of Thailand is completely crime free.
  8. Blah blah blah. same old tripe every year. Majority of people on here aren't happy unless they are moaning about something. Its what happens here, I'm not a great lover myself, just learn to live with it for a few days of the year.
  9. Little late but may help others Mr T, 700 baht I paid 6 months ago.
  10. So, I take it you dont live here, anyone who moans like that and does would just be mad right?
  11. Slightly off topic, but making people wear safety helmets on motorbikes would be where they should start, 75% of road deaths are due to motorbike accidents. Then move on to red lights. Small steps.....