IPTV stands for Internet Protocol television, but it means any television that is delivered via an internet connection, instead of by traditional means (via antenna, cable, or satellite).
Internet-only “cord-cutting” services like Hulu and Sling TV are among the most popular forms of IPTV, offering live streaming of popular broadcast and pay-TV channels, including local network affiliates. But there are countless smaller providers as well.
These days, most major cable and satellite providers, also include IPTV services as part of a standard subscription, so you can stream channels live even when you’re away from home.
My Expat Network VPN lets you watch IPTV securely and privately, which means your internet service provider cannot block services or reduce your connection speeds based on content (a practice known as throttling ). All of your internet traffic, including your IPTV streams, passes through an encrypted VPN tunnel, and no one—not your ISP, not hackers, not government censors, not even My Expat Network VPN—can see into that tunnel. That means no one can see which websites you’re visiting or which services you’re using.
If you’re travelling and your IPTV service isn’t available in the country you’re visiting, selecting a VPN server location where your IPTV service is offered can also allow you to access your IPTV streams as if you were comfortably back in your living room.
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