Old 27th November 2005, 20:41   #1
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www.streamwired.com

i was kinda bored last night so i thought id check out the latest pirates (yes i know im a hypocrite, but im a reformed pirate now - i have seen the error of my ways) - anyway i bunged them 5 quid via paypal and nearly 24 hours later i still cant login.

so if any of you want to flush your cash down the lav for the sake of simple curiosity, this is the place to go...

http://www.streamwired.com

have fun!
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Old 27th November 2005, 21:19   #2
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These guys are Pioneers of Internet Television ?

I'd like to know how in the hell they came to that conclusion.

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Old 27th November 2005, 22:00   #3
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These guys are Pioneers of Internet Television ?

I'd like to know how in the hell they came to that conclusion.
They came to that conclusion when it sold more slots.

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Old 27th November 2005, 23:48   #4
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Another interesting thing I noticed was that on the Shoutcast Listings their streams are ALWAYS full (10/10) and then if you go onto their actual website, it will tell you that they are really quite empty... at most maybe 6 listeners.
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Old 29th November 2005, 02:03   #5
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to be fair, i can now finally login.
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Old 29th November 2005, 14:00   #6
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those guys aint as good at doin a subscription service like ess.tv, ess.tv know what they are doing. myiBNet A.K.A StreamWired dont. so just dont buy a subscription with StreamWired because loads of people have had problems with them including me.
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Old 29th November 2005, 14:02   #7
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PS. i think StreamWired have BOTS, there streams are allways full. just count how many viewers are watchin all the stations and then look at the side of the media libary where it says how many people are viewing streams and then you have your answer to the question are StreamWired.com scaming us.
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Old 3rd December 2005, 10:47   #8
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Hi all, having stumbled upon this thread i felt it only fair to point out a couple of facts.
Streamwired.com is a new site to replace myibnet.
The new site is still in the process of being completed and therefore there have been some signup issues with 1 or 2 new accounts, however, any users asking for support in the forums or irc channels were and always are given the best support possible and if your own account cannot be fixed there and then you would have been manually added to a tempory account giving you the access you paid for until your own account is functional.
There are 2 servers, 1 for public streams and 1 for private subscribers. The public ones being free fill up very fast, as do most other internet tv services hence you often seeing 10/10 slots, we do not use bots... why pay for a server specifically for use as a public stream server, only to fill it with bots, it makes no sence and we dont do it!! :P
With regards to "loads of people have had problems including me" yes some people have had a few problems but again, those that sought help within the myibnet forums or irc channels would of found the support they needed to get them up and running. We take pride in our level of member support and get 99% of users with issues sorted very quickly, I am guessing that tjf123 or (Tom Flannigan) as he calls himself got the hump when we banned him as i believe did ess and now yourselves :P
anywyas, i hope this comes accross as it is meant, as an explination and a reply to the previous comments and not as advertising which it is not. Anyone with any further questions and comments is more than welcome to ask
All the best,
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Old 3rd December 2005, 21:02   #9
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Hi everyone:

Just a minor clarification (At least I think) -

Simply because the word banned exists under the username doesn't neccessarily mean they user is *actually* banned.

Though of course, I stand corrected if this is not true.

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Old 5th December 2005, 11:06   #10
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As of right now, everyone with banned under the name is just that.

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