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Watch Movies on Telafric

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I watched Owurolojo featuring Joke Silva, Iya Rainbow, Olu Jacobs Peju Ogunmola and more at telafrictv.com

you can watch NTA, AIT, BEN TV and a lot more on telafrictv.com and its FREE!

To watch it on your TV you need a roku box (roku.com)

Available in Canada and the United States
 

Sola

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How is it free when your website says clearly:
TelAfric Television Network Channels are available on Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), and online web streaming through subscription.
Are you trying to mislead us?
Just tell us how much the service costs. Anyone knows nothing good comes free, so there's no need for fuzzy advertising.
And HOW RELIABLE is it?
Are you licensed to transmit your content over the web or you're under the radar? There's nothing worse than signing up for a service, only to discover its discontinued.
Good luck.
 
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How is it free when your website says clearly:

Are you trying to mislead us?
Just tell us how much the service costs. Anyone knows nothing good comes free, so there's no need for fuzzy advertising.
And HOW RELIABLE is it?
Are you licensed to transmit your content over the web or you're under the radar? There's nothing worse than signing up for a service, only to discover its discontinued.
Good luck.
Its FREE for the next 1000 subscribers.
EVERYTHING shown on TelAfric is Legally acquired content
as to how reliable it is? Its free for the next 1000, sign up to find out :)
 

Dsampler

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Sarafina is right to an extent. Roku is free (once you bought you roku box for about $70.00 or so). But just like the cable company plays their little games,.....there is premium roku services. That's where they'll get your behind.
 

Thickmadam

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#10
The Mitts are right.
All you need is to buy the Roku box and have Internet connection.
you don't need cable or dish.
You'd need to subscribe though for the not free channels.
My friend called me all excited to tell me he was watching NTA, and he's American. LMAO
he can play angry birds on the TV. And get to his facebook account on the TV.
 

keji56

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Well, I have roku right now and watch the African info media channel and it's the best. No more $3 movies to buy. They have a lot of Yoruba movies. The other channel is Naija live and it is not that great and transmission is sometimes stalled. I tried to subscribe to Telafric but the system is down.
 

Thickmadam

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#12
some of the channels are asking for subscription now.
NTA international's transmission is H-O-R-R-I-B-L-E. Jesu Christi!!! just absolute horridness.
i used to watch some movies on one channel but next time i tried to watch they asked me to subscribe. no thanks.


Well, I have roku right now and watch the African info media channel and it's the best. No more $3 movies to buy. They have a lot of Yoruba movies. The other channel is Naija live and it is not that great and transmission is sometimes stalled. I tried to subscribe to Telafric but the system is down.
 

Sola

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So its a waste of money, TM? Been looking for a service to get Naija on. I have all these other foreign things already and Naija would be the only reason I almost bought this Roku thingy on Amazon now until I saw your post...
 

Thickmadam

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if you dont mind the transmission.
sometimes it's fuzzy, sometimes there's a delay, sometimes the volume will go up WAYYYY LOUD
if you are looking for a taste of home you might want to try it, but I am not that impressed with NTAi
maybe it's improved but i was so vexed that i haven't watched NTAi in almost 2 months.

So its a waste of money, TM? Been looking for a service to get Naija on. I have all these other foreign things already and Naija would be the only reason I almost bought this Roku thingy on Amazon now until I saw your post...
 

keji56

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So its a waste of money, TM? Been looking for a service to get Naija on. I have all these other foreign things already and Naija would be the only reason I almost bought this Roku thingy on Amazon now until I saw your post...
Well, the NTAi transmission on the (Africa live) Naijalife channel is good. I have had no problems never blurry or anything. I pay $4.99 for that and the only problem is that sometimes the MITV, dbn or LTV stalls besides that the transmission is good. We have to keep in mind that TV quality is not the same as here. The stream is ok they just have to work out little kinks. I love it as I feel like I'm in naija when watching it. Oga Sola go to www.iafrica.tv for a look at the stream.
 
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