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This review is based solely on the use of US and sports channels over a one month period. That's all I watch or personally care about, and didn't bother either using or testing any of the other language content that may be offered. So as always, anything below is a direct reflection on that specific experience. For general reference purposes, my main targeted areas of interest include sport talk shows on ESPNs/Fox Sports 1/2, UFC, MLB, NFL, NBA, WWE Wrestling programs, and random movie surfing.
N24 was tested on Perfect Player Pro (a majority of the time), the latest APK, and a fresh install of Kodi 17.6 with Ares Wizard used to set my advanced settings. The also had a nice looking web address player for easy PC/phone access, although out of personal use preference (my phone is cheap as heck too) that saw the least amount of testing. Internet speeds generally tested out at 85-100mbps+ on a wired connection through my 2017 Nvidia Shield. All in all I'd estimate that this review is based on roughly 150 hours of use.
Setup is pretty basic as far as most IPTV providers go, with a Smarter APK install (found in the google store but at the time of this writing you actually want the newer 1.6 version found on the website. Set with Hardware encoding on in the player settings), and provided mag or m3u addresses to input directly into your player of choice.
Customer service can be found through a ticket system on the website, or through a fairly active discord chat. Which to note on that latter is a one man operation, but manned by the main dev that pretty seems to live in there and who I seriously question if the guy ever sleeps. I personally keep the most random hours possible, and I've never jumped in there to have a talk with him and not got a response. I'll also throw him some props for the total amount of priority attention he tends to put towards everything. It didn't effect my end any, but N24 certainly isn't a typical service that slaps together some after-thought foreign channel feeds on the back end of a primary sell offering of USA/UK content. Again I didn't personally test outside my own areas of interest, but he genuinely comes across as caring about and making every effort possible at maintaining *all* of it.
On that note, I guess we'll take our first of many steps N24 takes off the beaten path in that he both asks for and sees a lot of (voluntary) community driven help going into certain aspects of the service. Such as customers chipping in to help sort and put extra backup sources in place for some of the international channels after a recent (and quite successful) server setup overhaul recently. Yeah, you can end up getting access to the ability to do a lot of those kind of things.
Every paid account also receives their own online user panel, which is well designed in an easy to understand layout and offers the user a plethora of options to say the least. For starters you have the ability to toggle every one of the channel groups on/off, and which then syncs to whatever current setups you have. Additionally you can change servers, with the additional information shown of how many accounts are currently logged in to each and a server capacity figure. Currently there is one for US/CA, one for the UK UK, and the previous Malyasia one is now being switched to either Japan or Singapore (2-3 weeks minimum eta on that fwtw). Lastly but certainly not least, you have an option to go in and switch the channel feed to an on-hand backup source being openly shared/traded from other providers (some have up to 4), a button that is supposed to fix sound issues with the feeds (never got to test this), a restart any channel feature, and the self serve ability to add channels they have access to that aren't otherwise listed in the default channel groups.
Video showcase of user panel - https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=Hz0qBcjxY9I
As a whole I'm going to rate them as below average on this, and which fair or not to the timing of this review remains a work-in-progress after the recent major server revamp. Population factor on the US stuff is fine and on par with what you find in other value services like Eternal/TNT/ect, but I routinely find the time line accuracy to be off on a bunch of random channels ( specifically some of the movie ones ), and even when a majority of the rest are showing accurate. Selective sports listing sections such as NFL/NBA isn't your typical no listing at all terrible, but it isn't entirely a clean process at instantly finding the game feed you want either. They do offer a team name in there you can usually click on for a feed, but when that isn't working the fairly lengthy list (including secondary/backup feeds) tends to be pretty randomly organized. never found this to be deal breaker bad by any means, but still....a work in progress. I'd also prefer they make more of an effort to utilize a fairly standard "Live Events" group more for stuff like PPVs, which was the case in the beginning but something they've been trending away from doing in the second half of my sub time. Again, hopefully more feedback on that trends it back the other way.
For a bottom price tier value provider picture quality is pretty standout from the crowd excellent. Everything I watched was 1080/720 on the US stuff, with lots of 60 FPS feeds to be found on most of the more popular channels and an extensive collection of quality big network locals (60 FPS feeds found in there too). If there was SD feeds mixed in I don't recall seeing any, other then the additional lower bitrate feeds that were offered for the NFL. Channels obviously include all the standard IPTV offerings, and channel groups were recently redone/condensed to a fairly manageable amount. Although the sports categories could/should be condensed further instead of giving ESPN it's own section, and then still having a USA Sports plus another US/CS Sports. On top of another ESPN, which I usually found to be the highest quality feed of all of them, still being listed in regular US Entertainment. US and UK movies are broken out into their own categories though, which is a nice change of pace I wish more value providers would adopt (EternalTV had it right the first time guys).
Before the recent server overhaul I'd of had them down as step below Eternal and TNT, which as anybody that has read my past reviews/comments know I tend to view as sitting at the top of the value provider food chain. Since then N24 stability has been pretty on par to what I'd other expect out of those guys, and certainly worthy of a primary spot. Maybe a touch more random buffering here and there, but certainly a very small trade off I didn't ever find myself really getting frustrated over when using it as my main driver. Especially when I was getting those 60 FPS feeds, and which should never realistically be expected to be *as* consistency stable on an even plane as a lower fps feed in the first place. Although to note sometimes the load/switch time on the channels did take a second longer then you might see elsewhere, and there are random instances (I'd estimate seeing it a couple times a day) where a channel will start buffering/stuttering but is instantly fixed with a simple re-click on the channel.
Other then taking down the servers for the planned two day maintenance I never saw a server crash. Whether it be through their NFL section or digging up feeds out of the locals, I found watching football through them to be increasingly enjoyable over the last couple of weeks. Tested 2 two PPVs as well: UFC 229 McGregoKhabib and Bellator 206. Both performed adequately well on quality feeds with a few minor buffers. UFC 229 wasn't actually listed in the Live Events section at the time, and which was an issue I rather drunkingly pointed out in the moment and then essentially chalked up as a new provider learning experience. With me kinda being an ass about it, since I should know from enough backroom interaction by now that 90% of these tech guys starting an IPTV service aren't exactly tuned into the sports scene, and it was found easily enough on their BT Sports feeds. Which there are 3 BT Sports 1 btw, and the best quality one being a 1080/50fps feed I used.
*ADDITIONAL CONNECTIONS/VALUE* - 2 connections at $6, which is obviously an extremely competitive price tag even in the value bracket. On top of that one of those connections can even be a Mag setup, and which I believe is a fairly unique feature offering. There is additional $3 fee if you want both of your connections to be of the Mag variety, and an additional $3 for any extra m3u connections you want on top of the base two.
*VOD* - Going back to the user panel, another option I didn't mention above was the ability to go into their extensive library catalog (I read it's 44k total listings) and manually upload what VOD you are interested in watching to the live servers. Which in this instance seems to be an attempted compromise to otherwise simply defaulting server resources toward a huge amount of extra crap that only essentially exists to exist, and which can actually tend to negatively impact Live TV stability. Not the most ideal scenario for a lot of you out there that love your VOD, but of course my own thoughts on that remain that I'd prefer it not be there period and for people to just utilize the better options out there that unlike good IPTV you can already get easily enough for free. So I guess we both don't completely take the L on that ;)
*24/7 CHANNELS* Again not my thing personally, but they do have almost 500 of them. Which compared to the other providers I have seems to be a lot. In a quick test most I clicked on seemed to work, although i did run into few dead ones.
*CATCHUP* No catchup currently, but unlike every other provider that openly tells me point blank in private that they have zero interest in adding the feature N24 has already planned and even started working on it. So taking the guy on his word because I see no reason to not believe him, especially when he's been asking for my feedback on how to ideally go about it, the stated ETA on that is next week FWTW. That said catchup implantation can be tricky and a lot of providers tend to struggle with it, especially in the initial attempts, so you certainly shouldn't buy the service with some firm expectation of it panning out. Or coming back here and asking me what happened for that matter. Just passing along the word on that as I hear it.
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I view N24 as coming in pretty hot to the value bracket scene. It's not perfect, and there are certainly work in progress aspects to found on the polish side, but as a whole there is a lot to like here. The 60 FPS feeds you get on a $6/2 connection provider is really a new bar setting win in itself, and certainly worthy of claiming it's spot in any multi provider setup. The user panel is also rather game changing imo, and still helps that it can really be as simple or as complex as you want it to be. Honestly and as somebody who always runs with multiple providers regardless, after this review I'll probably never even mess around much with those tinkering features beyond the channel group toggles. For the most part and outside specifically going in there to test stuff, I never saw much of a need to during this past month either. A large majority of the time the live tv streaming I was after just worked, and the couple of times I found it wasn't I tended to just scroll a couple pages over on my Perfect Player setup to my next provider. All in all....N24 is a clear cut **BUY** imo, and one of the rare testing instances were I re-subbed at the end without a second thought even knowing I'll still end up having to buy something new this upcoming month to test (I'm an addict like that). If you asked me today which $5 provider I personally like best, which I'm sure somebody will PM asking after posting this...I don't really have a firm answer for that atm. I know I wouldn't drop it any sooner then I would Eternal or TNT atm (that is the answer you are getting in any PM's btw lol).
That said, there are certainly surrounding question marks that could always play out to be cons too. How would the still fairly small population servers handle a big surge of people? How is that one man operation going on in Discord going to hold up to another couple hundred extra people frequenting their chat and needing help? The fairly unheard of open platform approach is also great now and in theory, but I could definitely see a lot of potential headaches popping up (regardless of whatever caution measures are taken) with that as more and more people start using (and/or abusing) it. In fact I'd be lying here if I didn't admit that there was a very very small part of me that towards the end of my testing was thinking "this guy seems pretty content being/staying small time, and with the questions of what helping a surge of people flood the servers could do (at least when I expected a lot more people to be reading this lol)....I could always not do the review and better ensure I keep a good thing going for myself here". But that isn't what I'm ultimately about here, and it's not like I'd stop the constant buying/testing of new IPTV services anyway lol.
Lastly, and which I guess does even somewhat counter some of that concern above, I'd honestly project this provider to go the way of a few of the other ones I reviewed in the past. Which basically amounts to adding a bunch of subs, making some $$$, then end up being content to try and take a lower profile in the back round by closing off sub sales. This isn't a "buy it before it's too late" sell I'm feeding you there either. Which is BS thinking that a lot of people tend to overhype in their heads to begin with when something isn't openly available to them (*cough* Eternal *cough*). There is always solid alternatives that will provide a similar Live TV stream experience to be had out there, and N24's live tv streams are no exception to that rule. Just saying, this guy more then anybody else I've come across doesn't seem to give a crap about making every last dollar he can. He's very big on talking about maintaining the whole community aspect at any cost, and which will be clear enough to see for yourself once you are in the Discord chat.
So anyway and as always, I *strongly* recommend going month to month only (I think that is the only current option anyway, but if that changes my recommendation there doesn't). The link below also includes an affiliate link I added this time that just adds a small amount of service credit towards my account I now intend to keep with them. Click it if you don't care, google N24 IPTV if you do:
Purchase Website - http://network24.biz/aff.php?aff=139
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**POST REVIEW EDIT** - Last few days have seen the need for a lot of changes, such as tweaking servers and changing the m3u addresses. In short and as I attempted to stress above, you certainly shouldn't be buying N24 atm expecting it to not have those days where the WIP aspect doesn't show it's face.
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- Remove InaccuracyLand to reduce unneeded randomness except when landing from large heights such as in Vertigo:
- Fix for when grenades collide with players making them immobile:
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- Forgive voting system for accidental player disconnect in MM and allow for reconnect:
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- Fix micro-lag happening on each kill on GOTV during tournaments etc (also happens when you throw grenades):
- A few very nice "Scoreboard & Communication" suggestions:
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- Put kevlar and the bomb into the overhead buy thing during freezetime.
- Fix bug where crash/timeout counts as suicide ($0 money).
- If Steam goes offline, do not issue cooldowns for disconnection due to "No Steam Login"
- Increase reconnect time if kicked due to invalid file signature because it takes longer than 3 minutes sometimes to verify the install. If the install is verified, don't issue cooldown.
- Fix bug where if your game crashes you cannot buy unless you change resolutions.
- Give us the ability to report someone from replay.
- The ability to make a private 10-man unranked game in competitive mode like how you can do with casual mode.
- Increase the accuracy on the "high-precision" guns such as AWP, USP, Deagle, Scout, AK, M4a1 up to 100% from their current cirka 97% to reduce unwanted randomness.
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- Limit vote-kicking to 3 times a day per user to reduce vote-kick exploiting.
- An addition of a separate Matchmaking with a best of 20 rounds for players who don't have much time or just like shorter games. Maybe implement a test-run of this idea on De_Dust2 only to see how it goes (to minimize community fragmentation)?
- Integrated in-game official Team Match Making with ladders, leagues and tournaments.
- Expanding on the above - The ability for 3rd party organizations such as ESL, ESEA etc to use this system to have their own in-game integraded ladders/leagues and tournaments with possibilities for sponsors, ads and prizes etc.
- 1vs1 aim map ladders and tournaments. Possibly with separate ladders for each of the popular guns such as "Glock ladder", "Usp ladder", "Deagle ladder", "Awp ladder", "Scout ladder", "Ak-47 ladder" etc.