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Vodafone tv

by Frequent Poster twodogs Frequent Poster
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If i get vodafone tv, can it be connected to 2 x tv sets in different rooms and what type of connection options are to make it work

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Hi @twodogs - you will need a set top box for each TV you want to connect.However, with one box for your main TV set, you will have access to streaming services via the Vodafone TV app on up to 3 devices (like your laptop, phone and tablet). 1 device can stream at a time (this means you can watch on your TV and one extra screen).

 

Hope that helps.

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by cappafamily Starter Poster
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Hi Lon.

I see below that you say you can nwatch on a lap top. I asked that question in this community last week & was told that you can't watch on a lap top. Can you please clarify. I know I can watch on mobile or tablet, but thise screen may be a little small, at least my Surrface has a bigger screen so would be good if I can watch on that.

Also, if I go out of town & I want to watch on one device, I assume no-one else will be able to watch on another device at the same time, other than the TV at home?

Thanks

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Sorry, that is completely my mistake, the app is only for mobile devices not laptops as I stated in the previous post. My apologies! I will edit my previous post. And yes, only two people can watch at the same time so the scenario you described is accurate.

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