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Noob - VU+, cardsharing etc

Discussion in 'Digital TV - UK & Europe' started by shell820810, Oct 19, 2012.

  1. shell820810

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    Just wondering the best way to get onto a reliable cardshare. There is a local person/company offering a VU+ for £450 for 12months, 2 servers, so pretty much guarantee no downtime, £150 per year after. Reviews/after support seems good. Is it best to go for something like this, or are there better value alternatives?
     
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    Its a Vu+ duo. I am just waiting to hear back that its definitely genuine, and what the warranty etc is.

    £150 per year is expense for the cardshare then?
     
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    yes £150 is expensive . also at £300 for the box it should be a vu+ duo (thats a twin tuner box )do you need a vu+duo twin tuner box ? ,i mean you could buy a blade bm700o box for half that at about £150 ,the blade is hd and 3d compatable and its quite easy to set up ,but there is another cheaper option which is the openbox s9 hd at about £70 and its also easy to setup .thats another thing will the box be all set up for you ? ,i mean if it is then your not really going to learn how to do what needs to be done .you could probably buy a blade bm7000 and a line and do it your self for a little over £200 .
     

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