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A Brit neighbour asked me about getting cable in his apartment so that he can watch Formula 1 and other things without having to go downtown. Just what is involved? The building's owners have Thai stations, but he wants international channels.

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Not sure if this is a trick question or what?

1 - ensure you have the apartment/condo permission to get your own connection.

2 - go to True or TOT or one of the others like 3BB and apply for service.

Can get a phone line, fiber cable, wifi router and even IPTV all set up and running in a few hours (once you get a service appointment).

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My solution is, big ass internet connection, Kodi and the will to learn  it.

I know that I am not in Thailand, but my Laptop is international,  more so when I move it around, and has an HDMI cable for the TV, so all I need is a good internet connection and I can get anything I want, anywhere.

E.g. All Blacks playing the Wallabies last and this weekend. Free coverage in NZ but delayed 2 or so hours  ‱&♨︎^⚧%∄$℞#№@  ...  So I look up the addons list in Kodi and find one that plays Aussie TV and watch it live, in real time,  courtesy of the internet and Kodi and not because Sky have the last of my money.

 

Freedom :)

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Sign up for an international IPTV service by month or year and watch all the channels in HD or FHD. No need for cable, just internet access. Even works on my DTAC 10mbps prepaid mobile hotspot when I don't have ADSL or fiber connection. Works on any device connected to TV or portable on the go so very flexible.

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