Q: What is IKS?
A: IKS or Internet Key Sharing is a process where codewords required to decrypt a transmission are supplied from a public or private server to a client over a private network or the public Internet.
Q: What is IPTV?
A: Internet Protocol television (IPTV) is a system through which television services are delivered using the Internet, instead of being delivered through traditional terrestrial, satellite signal, and cable television formats. Unlike downloaded media, IPTV offers the ability to stream the media in smaller batches, directly from the source. As a result, a client media player can begin playing the data (such as a movie) before the entire file has been transmitted. This is known as streaming media.
Q: Which set-top box do I need to watch your IPTV?
A: Currently our IPTV service only can be watched on MAG250, MAG254, MAG255, MAG260, MAG270, MAG275, AVOV, Kodi IPTV Stalker or a STB emulator for Android devices.
Q: Do I need to be subscribed to dish/any provider to IPTV/IKS work?
A: No subscription of any kind is needed.
Q: What type of internet connection do I require?
A: Any high speed internet connection should work well, to include DSL, ISDN, FIOS, CABLE, WI-FI, and Satellite broadband connections. (Unlimited bandwidth required to watch our IPTV service)
Q: My key does not work and I need help. Where can I ask support questions?
A: You can contact us here
Q: What methods of payments do you accept?
A: We support several payment methods, including Bitcoin, PayPal, Payza, WebMoney, PerfectMoney & contact us for westernunion.
Q: How do you deliver my donation?
A: We will deliver it via email. so make sure to use correct email when you order.
Q: When will my donation receive to me?
A: It should be receive within 12-24 hours to your inbox.
Q: Where is your business located?
A: We are located in offshore countries.
Q: Do you protect my privacy?
A: We never disclose the personal information of our clients or supporters to third parties.
Q: What is ECM in IKS?
A: When a ECM hits this disables the seeder cards. When the service returns there are a limited number of seeder cards available to use. This means less channels requests can be made to these cards. Too many requests then these cards can not keep up and therefore you get congestion which causes freezing.