hi showtime will this canada android box work in los angeles after all the shaw stations get shout down downhere and whow do i buy it from does Kusat sell it thats who i bought shaw from Evan Hale in Pl,aya Del Rey CaliforniaWay better and cheaper to get an android tv box and IPTV. You can get channels from Canada, US and the UK as well as movies and tv series for $15 a mth.
Yes it will work any where you have a good internet connection. Give me a PM.hi showtime will this canada android box work in los angeles after all the shaw stations get shout down downhere and whow do i buy it from does Kusat sell it thats who i bought shaw from Evan Hale in Pl,aya Del Rey California
I wonder if Bell's satellites reach that far south?Yes it will work any where you have a good internet connection. Give me a PM.
Also F2 still has maybe 5 to 8 years of life yet they tell us and chances of the replacement reaching south is pretty slim.
"Piracy" suggests that viewers in the Southern Provinces aren't paying for the service. That typically isn't the case.If not, it wouldn't surprise me if Bell has run off crying to the CRTC that Shaw isn't fighting piracy because their satellites still cover the southern US.
That was somewhat of an "inside" comment related to what Videotron did to Bell around 16 years ago. Sued them for not protecting their (Bell's) digital signal from piracy. Bell turned around later and accused Netflix of "piracy" for not locking up their system so Canadian's couldn't log in to the US Menu using a VPN. She only used the "P" word a couple of times before mellowing into the more common word "thieves". But, Bell is well versed at tossing the word around against any of it's competitors and/or people that try to get around their despicable marketing/licensing/monopolizing practices."Piracy" suggests that viewers in the Southern Provinces aren't paying for the service. That typically isn't the case.
The weapon would be to tell the content providers that your competition is violating their content licensing.
It should go a little south of that on the East Coast but the Left Coast will be cinched way up. They'll certainly vex the snowbirds from here on out.But I do think that when Shaw cuts all their channels over to the new birds, the condensed footprint of the new birds will probably leave anyone south of the Mason-Dixon line without reception.
With the transition to MPEG4, the second satellite may not be all that important. What is important is that when Anik F2 goes away, it seems likely that so will reliable service significantly south of the 49th parallel go with it.When asking a Shaw representative in their chat about F2 replacement date he said "I know it is very soon, the change is set during this summer period, but we don't have an exact date yet unfortunately."
The projected lifespan is an average that includes premature failures. The batteries or the solar panels aren't going to give out on a date certain.Anik F2 was launched on July 17th, 2004.
I thought satellite lifespan was 15 years.