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Old March 16, 2006, 11:29 AM
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Default ***Best & cheapest way to watch Chanel-I***

If you already have the international dish from dish network, just call them and add Chanel-I (less than 5 minutes). It'll cost you 33 cents/day in US and $5 to disconnect it when the series ends. For 10 days its $3.30+$5.00+tax= about $8.50

Cant' beat that.

If you don't have the dish, it'll take a few days to get it. So you are out of luck.

In USA & some other countries a lot of deshi people already have NTV+Chanel-I. Just find a friend who has it.

If your friends don't have Chanel-I, but have NTV or Indian Chanels, just tell them that you'll pay for Chanel-I using the first method I described above.

No more buffer. No more reception frustration. Enjoy.
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Old March 16, 2006, 11:34 AM
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What about Europe? Any idea if it is possible to see Channel I in Denmark?
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Old March 16, 2006, 11:36 AM
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Jumptv.com is also a low-cost option for people who does not have dish or doesnot have any friend who has dish.
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Old March 16, 2006, 11:38 AM
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What about Europe? Any idea if it is possible to see Channel I in Denmark?
I guess you have to reply on jumptv then. I used jumptv before and quality is undoutedly good. Although Cats_eye indicated some overload issues with even jumptv. Other jumptv members may help to validate the overload buffering issue.
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Old March 16, 2006, 11:42 AM
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Jumptv.com is also a low-cost option for people who does not have dish or doesnot have any friend who has dish.
Right. Chanel-I is available on the internet for $10/month but I think the quality will be less than TV.

Does Europe have Chanel-I? I know they have ATN & BanglaTV(London based) with a different type of satellite
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Old March 16, 2006, 11:48 AM
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I talked with some of the settelite channel provider here in Denmark. All they suggest is to use own dish and receiver which I don't have any idea. Perhaps it would be very expensive for me as well
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If you already have the international dish from dish network, just call them and add Chanel-I (less than 5 minutes). It'll cost you 33 cents/day in US and $5 to disconnect it when the series ends. For 10 days its $3.30+$5.00+tax= about $8.50

Cant' beat that.

If you don't have the dish, it'll take a few days to get it. So you are out of luck.

In USA & some other countries a lot of deshi people already have NTV+Chanel-I. Just find a friend who has it.

If your friends don't have Chanel-I, but have NTV or Indian Chanels, just tell them that you'll pay for Chanel-I using the first method I described above.

No more buffer. No more reception frustration. Enjoy.
I just added it to my channel lineup in Dish Network
Can't believe my luck, will see BD live on TV after sooooo loooooong
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Old March 16, 2006, 11:50 AM
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Originally posted by pagol-chagol
If you already have the international dish from dish network, just call them and add Chanel-I (less than 5 minutes). It'll cost you 33 cents/day in US and $5 to disconnect it when the series ends. For 10 days its $3.30+$5.00+tax= about $8.50

Cant' beat that.

If you don't have the dish, it'll take a few days to get it. So you are out of luck.

In USA & some other countries a lot of deshi people already have NTV+Chanel-I. Just find a friend who has it.

If your friends don't have Chanel-I, but have NTV or Indian Chanels, just tell them that you'll pay for Chanel-I using the first method I described above.

No more buffer. No more reception frustration. Enjoy.
I just added it to my channel lineup in Dish Network
Can't believe my luck, will see BD live on TV after sooooo loooooong
Yes. You get the connection in 2 minutes. Isn't that nice?
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