Just a little curious if anyone has ran across this internet Pay Tv ? They offer a 15 day free trial "depending on which site you use when searching".. Just need a e-mail account and phone# (easily obtained) for the trial.. I've had it now for a couple months and pretty impressed with it as far as streaming goes..but sure this can't be legit or legal in US...heres some info on them where Dish files lawsuit.. Dish Network sent out a lawsuit against 247 SmartLife and owner Ferras Jim Pshehalouk just a few months ago. With Dish claiming that the TVizion service was infringing on copyrights, Jim responded by taking down its website. The site for 247 SmartLife is still active, but according to Alexa rankings, traffic is pretty much dead. As for the lawsuit itself, Jim’s chosen to ignore it aside from the removal of the TVizion site. At this time, affiliates for 247 SmartLife are being told that TVizion was acquired by another company called NuMedia. Per Jim, this acquisition was for the sum of $220 million. Save for claiming that it is a “Nevis corporation”, NuMedia offers no real background details. In other words, there’s no mention of who owns the company, where it’s based out of, when it was founded, or anything along these lines. I can see that the domain name for the site (numedia.biz) was registered on June 13, 2018, but because the registration was done privately, it’s impossible to see who owns the domain or where in the world the registration took place. However, if we look at the timeline of everything, it’s safe to say that NuMedia was quickly created as a way to keep Jim’s scam afloat. Dish sued 247 SmartLife on April 27, and the following that, the “acquisition” of TVizion by NuMedia was announced just a few days later on May 11.