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    Simultaneous connections one donation

    as a reseller for the last 6 months, I see my clients asking for, at least, two simultaneous connections with the price adjustments of course.

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    for your own security don't tag your self "..."
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    Quote Originally Posted by fausca7 View Post
    as a reseller for the last 6 months, I see my clients asking for, at least, two simultaneous connections with the price adjustments of course.
    2 devices, require 2 accounts but you save based on the amount of credits (donations) that you buy.

    2 device for 1 year at $100 is a great deal, as reseller you get more than a 40% margin.

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    thanks dragonKILLER, but it's more convenient use just one credit (donation) and use two tv's, 99% of clients here use m3u list.

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    I have same question.

    When I bring up Kodi on TV1 channels load. But I am not streaming TV or VOD. On 2nd TV2 I am Kodi/Perfect player streaming.


    It is common for one person in family watching Sports and another Kodi VideoAddon.

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    well you can download m3u playlist first then reattached your Mac and use on 2 devices simultaneously @ your house network.
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