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What is Xtremity IPTV?
Xtremity is an IPTV service providing in the region of 14,000 live TV channels (some in 4K) and 19,000 movies and 6,000 TV series.
Xtremity could be the next big IPTV service and here we explain why.
Xtremity offers 14,000 channels, 19,000 movies and 6,000 TV series. Xtremity provides branded apps for Android and Apple and the full M3U URL is also provided. The Xtremity service works with a VPN and is not IP locked.
Xtremity provides 14,000 channels, many in HD and UHD and several in 4K (sports). The channels are grouped logically, e.g. USA News, Canada Locals, UK Regionals along with all your favorite channels grouped similarly. A number of 24/7 channels are included and there is also adult content.
It’s also worth mentioning Xtremity also has catchup for 888 channels. The catchup period varies from between 24-48 hours, but if you missed a game, an event or a movie, it’s available on demand via catchup. Not many services offer catchup, especially for so many channels.
The EPG works well and is extensive.
The VOD library is equally comprehensive. Over 19,000 movies (of which 2,000+ are 4K) and 6,000 TV series entries, again, all well laid out in relevant categories.
The Xtremity service works on all devices you’d expect, i.e. Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Firestick, FireTV, Android boxes, Android mobiles and tablets, etc. Xtremity also have a web player, so you can watch the service on any device that has a web browser.
Xtremity also provide a number of branded apps, simplifying the setup (XCIPTV, Smarters, Purple Player, iMPlayer, FCD). You just download an app, enter your username and password, and you’re working.
If you have a client you prefer, e.g. TiviMate, that’ll work too, as Xtremity provides the the full M3U URL for setting up your own devices/client software.
As with most services, the longer you commit to a plan, the cheaper the plan costs, but it is recommended to commit to no longer than 3 months at a time.
Xtremity offer a 24 hour trial and their paid for subscription includes 2 connections as standard, which can be increased to a total of 6 connections (you can use up to 6 devices at the same time per household). At present, Xtremity only offer monthly subscriptions, but plan to introduce longer subscriptions.
Xtremity Payment Methods
Xtremity IPTV payment methods include credit card, debit card and Bitcoin.
Xtremity provide support in a couple of ways; they have a ticketed system accessed via their website and they also have a Telegram group, where service news is posted and Xtremity provide assistance where required.
It’s worth mentioning the welcome email you receive when you join the service (or use the trial) contains everything you need to get up and running with the minimum of fuss.
Throughout the review of Xtremity, it’s been impossible to find anything negative about this service. Xtremity has all your favorite channels, TV catchup, a full EPG, a substantial movie and series library and the service works fantastically well.
Payment is straightforward using either a credit or debit card, and once some longer subscriptions are introduced, you can just pay and forget and enjoy using the service for a number of months.
Xtremity may not be the out and out cheapest service, but cheap doesn’t always mean value for money. If you want a service that doesn’t buffer, is very responsive to channel changes, works anywhere and on any device with a web browser, has catchup and a massive VOD library that can be enjoyed by all your family, at the same time, this is definitely the service for you.
Xtremity could be the next big service, and they offer a 24 hour trial and we strongly recommend trialling the service, to see how it works for you on your devices. Click the link below to visit the Xtremity IPTV official website.