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i dont know, seen as its the christmas period, games have been played on all sorts of days, but ive watched all the good ones, the picture is good, but its hard to see properly if u sit close to the screen on full screen, if u have t normal size its good well worth the money
I signed up a few days back, watched a couple of games. Had a problem with the buffering on both, but it was revealed later that they'd been havin "trouble" with the connection at their end? Hmm.. will be on again tonight for the Spurs game...
the problem with streams is that buffering can lead to frozen pics alot of times. It also depends on your bandiwidth. My buddy has a T1 line at work and it is like tv for him. I have a cable line at work but there are firewalls that slow it down to the point where i baiscally listen to audio with frozen pics.
I dont understand it either, mate, but I have paid £5.50 in all, not 7 quid, and I`m a premium member. There are loads more stuff other than footie matches, like MUTV, Chelsea TV etc, movies, MP3s. Its the best fiver I`ve spent in a while.