What devices can I use to watch IPTV on?

  • Personal computer
  • Smart TVs 
  • Smartphones (Android or IOS)
  • Tablets (Android or IOS)
  • MAG  devices
  • IPTV-capable Android TV Boxes

Is there a limit on how many devices I can watch at once?

  • It is not allowed to have several devices connected to our servers at the same time.

Which countries can I use your service from?

  • You can use our service from anywhere in the world, regardless of which country you are in. Since IPTV services are blocked in some countries, ISPs (Internet Service Providers) may be forced to use VPNs.

Is it possible for me to try out your service?

  • Of course, we have a free trial period of 24 hours.

I ORDERED A SUBSCRIPTION PLAN BUT DO NOT GET ANY ACTIVATION EMAIL.

  • Our team always try to response quick to orders, sometimes subscription activation mail can end up in your mailbox spam folder. So, check your mailbox and still you do not get the activation mail contact our team via mail or chat they will assist you right away.

I am experiencing buffering problem what can I do?

Buffering on IPTV is troublesome. However, it may be due to a variety of factors.

  • What is the term of buffering?

-The IPTV stream is not sent to your computer directly. Instead, it is sent in smaller ‘packets,’ which is why the stream can continue for a few seconds even though your computer is disconnected from the internet. If there is a delay in processing these packets, your system will pause as it waits for the next one. This is the process of buffering.

So, how can you resolve these IPTV buffering problems?

  1. Using many devices

    Having multiple devices on your internet network will cause it to slow down and take longer to load. Computers and the internet, for example.
    Radios, video game consoles, and cell phones are all examples of electronic devices. Your streams would be slowed if you use any of your devices on the same network.

  2. Restarting your router as well as your IPTV system

    Rebooting your router and then your IPTV system will sometimes help with buffering issues. The connection between the two can become unsynchronized at times, and a reboot can restore it.

  3.  You’ve signed up with a “wireless internet system provider.” WISP (also mistakenly referred to as “wifi internet”) is a form of wireless internet service provider. If you can’t get a key adsl, fiber, cable, or 4g service, these wireless systems are ideal. Smaller and less expensive “wifi” dish. However, as more people use them, they experience speed and communication issues, especially during peak times, such as fiesta and summertime.

    Apart from complaining or switching providers, there isn’t anything you can do about it.

    Some WISPs advertise 10 megabits per second, but this is seldom the case.

    In general, ADSL providers advertise “the fastest possible,” which is normally up to 20 Megabits per second.

    Fiber providers should be able to provide speeds ranging from 50 to 600 megabits per second.

  4. IPTV minimum internet speeds

    IPTV requires a reliable, high-speed internet connection. These are the download speeds for IPTV content that are recommended:

    4.0 Megabits per second is the recommended link speed for SD quality content.

    6.0 Megabits per second is the recommended link speed for HD quality content.

    25 Megabits per second is the recommended link speed for Ultra HD quality content.

  5. Increase your device’s buffer size.

    On several IPTV computers, the on-board buffer can be increased. This helps you to increase the amount of data downloaded by your computer.
    In other words, it has more data to play with while waiting for the next set of data to arrive. The buffer settings can be found in the device settings on most Infomir MAG IPTV boxes.

  6. Rerouting from an ISP

    ISPs (internet service providers) are known to reroute data and traffic through less busy servers when their servers or services in one region are overburdened. As the data is sent elsewhere, the downside is that there would be an increase in delay.

  7. Speed tests

    You can check your Internet speeds to see if your ISP is “throttling” your link by using an online speed test.
    However, it’s been documented that ISPs will detect when you’re doing a speed test and momentarily disable any throttling they’ve put in place, resulting in a false reading.

  8. Using an ethernet cable to link your laptop to your router is much more secure and quicker than using Wifi. If your router is in a different location, making a direct ethernet cable difficult, you can use “powerline® plugs,” which transmit data over your electrical lines to a different location.