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    Default How to get indian channels in australia


    Hi can any one tell me which is the best and cheapes way to get Indian channels in Australia by Dish?
    Has anyone tried Indian DTH/TATASKY in Australia.
    How good is the reception of INSAT4B sat in Australia?

    Vijay

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    welcome tnten
    our senior member Bassett
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    question in detail, for he is experinced in that position, and always willing to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnten View Post
    Hi can any one tell me which is the best and cheapes way to get Indian channels in Australia by Dish?
    Has anyone tried Indian DTH/TATASKY in Australia.
    How good is the reception of INSAT4B sat in Australia?

    Vijay
    Cheapest solution is to install big C band dish to receive some FTA channels.No chance of receiving tatasky or any of the indian DTH because oz is too from the India for DTH signal spill.Only the neighbouring countries to India are benefited witht he cheap indian DTH services...

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    if you want to watch pay tv on asia sat 3 send me a message or phone number i will tell u how

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnten View Post
    Hi can any one tell me which is the best and cheapes way to get Indian channels in Australia by Dish?
    Has anyone tried Indian DTH/TATASKY in Australia.
    How good is the reception of INSAT4B sat in Australia?

    Vijay

    the best Position its still Asiasat 4 C-Band for Indian channels
    many channels still FTA and signal its strong in Australia
    Daeng

    10FT Dish 169° east-49°east

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    Mate,
    It depends on the languages you are interested in.
    Malayalam --> plenty of channels FTA
    Tamil --> reasonable
    Telugu/Kannada/Urdu/Bengali/Punjabi --> Limited
    Hindi --> Plenty though the popular ones are encrypted

    As far as I know, 4B is not visible in Aus.
    Cheers

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    @tnten,
    you have lots of response, please let us have your results too, and more questions to improve on what we know and what we dont know.
    thanks to tmsani, daeng and chuchari,
    @drs pse make use of the thread for all to know - thanks for your note.

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    Default Indian TV Channels in Austrlia

    Subscibe to Vision Asia. Sony, Star Zee, Star One, Set Max, Star Gold, NDTV and MTV (Hindi) for $60 per month.

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    if you have unlimited internet connection, then go for internet live streaming, some are free to watch!
    Enjoy while FTA....................

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    Quote Originally Posted by satpalchat1 View Post
    if you have unlimited internet connection, then go for internet live streaming, some are free to watch!
    Austrlai's third world bandwidth is capped...
    If Evolution works, why so many idiots?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chetan View Post
    Subscibe to Vision Asia. Sony, Star Zee, Star One, Set Max, Star Gold, NDTV and MTV (Hindi) for $60 per month.
    Also Go for AS4 c band and enjoy 43 Indian FTA channels in various indian regional language.Also about 10/12 indian channels are available FTA off AS3 C band.
    What else you need?

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    Default Wanna get pay tv channels on asia set 3

    Quote Originally Posted by drs View Post
    if you want to watch pay tv on asia sat 3 send me a message or phone number i will tell u how
    hey i am quite intersted getting pay tv channels on asia sat 3 if u can send me the email it will be very helpfull thanks
    [email protected]

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnten View Post
    Hi can any one tell me which is the best and cheapes way to get Indian channels in Australia by Dish?
    Has anyone tried Indian DTH/TATASKY in Australia.
    How good is the reception of INSAT4B sat in Australia?

    Vijay
    You cannot get tatasky in Australia and there are already australian providers that carry indian channels.

    Cheapest way to to find another indian with Indian channels and move in with them

    Of course there are other ways to get Tatasky without a dish in Australia



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    Insat 4B, may not be possible, The beams I thin are directional, If you check it out here http://www.lyngsat.com/in4b.html It will confirm the fact

    Asiasat 3s, Chinasat 6B and possibly Asiasat 4 are your best bet. But you will requite a 2.4 meter solid dish or a 3 meter mesh for continual service. Sure you might get a picture with a 1.8 mesh, or you might not.

    In any event, if you want anything half desen't you will need to buy a subscription. And unless you know someone in India who's prepared to send you a card, it's not going to happen. Forget the Star services, Also forget CS, or anything other form of piracy,

    As for an internet feeds, as I2E has said speeds are somewhat slow, in this part of the 4th or 5th world. And while some high speed [so called] are available if you live in the right place, 8000kps are a maimum, the costs are prohibative
    regards from OZ bassett

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    Quote Originally Posted by drs View Post
    if you want to watch pay tv on asia sat 3 send me a message or phone number i will tell u how
    hi i like to watch asia sat3 pay channel can u guide me or ring me on
    0412088784 thanks(melbourne)

 

 

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