Speed differs according to video quality. For HD quality, the recommended minimum theoretical bit rate is 7.6Mbps, for SD quality the minimum is 3.6Mbps.
CAN I SEE THE LIST OF CHANNELS ON YOUR IPTV SERVERS?
You will find hereThe channel list contains all the channels available on our subscription. Consult the list online.
HOW CAN I TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR SERVICE?
The procedure is very simple, just choose the package that suits you and click on the "Proceed to subscription" button. You will be redirected to a form that you must fill in carefully.
CAN I CANCEL MY SUBSCRIPTION?
Unfortunately, the codes are allocated to a single person and we are unable to reallocate them afterwards. So you'll have to wait until the end of your subscription.
ARE YOUR SERVICES STABLE?
We do our utmost to ensure quality service, especially during peak periods. Our servers can handle the current load without any problems.
HOW SOON WILL I RECEIVE MY ACCESS?
Once we've received your payment, your accesses are usually sent to you by e-mail within 24 hours. We'll also tell you how to get started quickly with your IPTV subscription.
IS THE SUBSCRIPTION FREEZE-FREE?
Our servers are monitored daily, and we guarantee high-quality, loss-free broadcasts.
HOW TO MAKE A PAYMENT
We accept payment by MasterCard, Visa, Visa Debit and American Express. All payments are made via our secure service provider. All payments can be made via PAYPAL, or for a transaction via western union, Moneygram.
What do I need to get started with IPTV Smarty?
To start watching, you'll need an iptv subscription, a supported device and a medium-speed internet connection. IPTV SMARTY is currently available on these compatible devices:
TV boxes: Android boxes, MAG boxes...
Smart TV: LG TV or Samsung Tv or TCL TV... (select models)
Android smartphones or tablets
Apple iPhones and iPads
Apple TV (4th generation or later)
Fire TV and Fire TV Stick
Mac or PC browser
Roku and Roku Stick (select models)
Xbox One & Xbox 360
Can I watch local sports and news in my area?
IPTV SMARTY subscribers can watch college soccer games on the following channels: Amazon Prime,RMC SPORT,BEINSPORT,NBC, CBS, ABC, BTN, FOX, FS1, ESPN and others... .
Local and national channels are available to watch live in your area.
Can I watch live TV on several devices at the same time?
A iptv subscription allows you to watch on two screens, but not at the same time. If you wish to take advantage of an iptv subscription simultaneously, you'll get a discount for the second subscription.
What are the payment terms?
We accept Paypal and VISA / MasterCard... Everything is done in an ultra-secure way via our service providers.
Is vpn needed when using iptv service?
the use of a VPN is not obligatory, but if the customer wants a connection securiser with vpn it can do it has condition it is necessary to indicate to us the country of connection of vpn so that we can exchange the localization of its subscription on our waiter.
Can I pay for an IPTV subscription for someone else using my card or PayPal?
Yes, you can do so at any time.
What does restart and check mean?
Restart your devices and wait 30 seconds before turning them back on (set-top boxes, Android boxes, routers, cable modems, etc.) - Make sure you're using a LAN (Ethernet) cable to connect to the devices and not via WiFi.
What happens after I pay my iptv subscription?
One of our advisers will contact you by email within 5 hours of your payment.
Are my channels not working?
We strive to provide you with a high level of service at very low rates. So please keep this in mind above all else.
If a chain has broken down, we will do our best to get it back in service. Please use the instructions below before reporting a chain:
Stop and give it a few minutes. We restart and swap chains if necessary. The chain may be coming back.
Does this happen on all channels? If so, you'll have to check for yourself.
Switch off your devices and wait 30 seconds before switching them back on (set-top boxes, Android boxes, routers, cable modems).
Make sure you're using LAN (Ethernet) cables to connect to devices, and not Wi-Fi.