Did you think that Pirate IPTV had lost strength lately? Well… Think again! Piracy continues to grow, now a little slower, and very silently. After all, to give you an idea of things, IPTV signal piracy services have grown by 25% in the last 3 years, especially among the younger public, who are more knowledgeable in the area, and are less willing to spend money on this type of activity. service.
Pirate IPTV generates more than a billion Euros in Europe
So IPTV is very simple, and it doesn’t have to be illegal. At the end of the cable, as the next name indicates, it is a TV signal sent through the IP protocol, that is, a TV signal sent over the Internet.
This signal can be legal, and paid for, as is what happens in the services offered by national operators such as MEO, NOS and Vodafone. Or it could be illegal, if you think these carriers’ prices are overkill. In short, Illegal IPTV is a way to get access to all content, be it free or Premium, completely free of charge, or for a comparatively smaller subscription.
As a comparison, while a reliable TV service with access to all Premium channels can reach €200 or more per month. A Pirate IPTV service, with access to everything, possibly even more channels, can be €200 per year, or even less than that, depending on the distributor and signal quality. By the way, in an extremely curious way, while the costs of everything have increased in recent times, thanks to inflation, the price of a pirated subscription is only getting cheaper.
It is, because of its advantages, and indeed weak legal system of punishment, an increasingly preferable option for younger people. Being a parallel market capable of raising more than a billion euros annually.
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