Frequently Asked Questions
IPTV is very simple: instead of receiving TV programs as broadcast signals that enter your home from a rooftop antenna, satellite dish, or fiber-optic cable, you get them streamed (downloaded and played almost simultaneously) through your Internet connection. Not the kind of connection you have today, which can probably handle only 1–10 Mbps (million bits per second—roughly the amount of information in an average novel entering your computer every second!), but a broadband line with about 10 times higher bandwidth (information carrying capacity) of maybe 10–100Mbps. You watch the program either on your computer or with a set-top box (a kind of adapter that fits between your Internet connection and your existing television receiver, decoding incoming signals so your TV can display Internet programs).
Set top boxes are available to convert the IP Television signal to a suitable audio/video output for a television. You just have to connect one to your router and your TV. It’s so simple!
Please follow our step-by-step guide. Basically it’s a plug-n-play procedure.
1. Plugin power to your TV box, connect it to your TV set and your internet router
2. Activate your subscription
After pluging and connecting your box, power it up. When asked fill in the appropriate form with the activation code that came with your package. Use your RC for entering the number. That’s it!
Time-shift is a great ATN service that makes your favorite programs available for viewing for 24 hours after their original airring time. For example if there is a show you like to watch but you can’t make it for the live streaming, you can always try later and use time-shift to go back in the timeline. Like having it recorded in tape.