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ITFC against piracy 14:28 - Nov 18 with 1053 viewsBluefish

Interesting to see them mention people in the UK paying but using vpn perhaps they should ask themselves the rationale of why it is more expensive in the UK and why we can't pay monthly or annually like overseas

May have made sense before but not now

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ITFC against piracy on 14:36 - Nov 18 with 999 viewsuefacup81

It's a shame that ITFC seem to be simply parroting whatever the EFL tell them to post/tweet, rather than putting pressure on them to improve their offering, or make it a better deal for fans.

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ITFC against piracy on 15:20 - Nov 18 with 926 viewsIllinoisblue

ITFC against piracy on 14:36 - Nov 18 by uefacup81

It's a shame that ITFC seem to be simply parroting whatever the EFL tell them to post/tweet, rather than putting pressure on them to improve their offering, or make it a better deal for fans.


Approx $4 a game over here so no complaints from me. Although if I was having to pay 10 quid per game it’s safe to say I wouldn’t be watching.

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ITFC against piracy on 15:22 - Nov 18 with 925 viewsMullet

ITFC against piracy on 15:20 - Nov 18 by Illinoisblue

Approx $4 a game over here so no complaints from me. Although if I was having to pay 10 quid per game it’s safe to say I wouldn’t be watching.


It is eye watering, but the case for digital season tickets and equality is there. Surely after the Prem £15 ppv debacle they need to be careful. Once this becomes the norm piracy will rise massively.

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ITFC against piracy on 15:26 - Nov 18 with 904 viewsStokieBlue

ITFC against piracy on 15:22 - Nov 18 by Mullet

It is eye watering, but the case for digital season tickets and equality is there. Surely after the Prem £15 ppv debacle they need to be careful. Once this becomes the norm piracy will rise massively.


If you are still paying the content provider directly for the content and not an unauthorised third-party is it even piracy?

Looking at the tweet I think they are referring to streams which have been pushed on here whereby a third-party re-streams the games through their own platform for a fee. Those are clearly illegal and piracy.

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ITFC against piracy on 15:44 - Nov 18 with 861 viewsIllinoisblue

As an aside would love to see iFollow viewing figures. Posh Darragh saying they’ve made 30k from 12 games this season

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ITFC against piracy on 15:46 - Nov 18 with 848 viewsPhilTWTD

ITFC against piracy on 15:44 - Nov 18 by Illinoisblue

As an aside would love to see iFollow viewing figures. Posh Darragh saying they’ve made 30k from 12 games this season


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ITFC against piracy on 15:47 - Nov 18 with 831 viewsEssen_blue

I pay £7.00 here in Germany, I do not really understand why I have to pay in pounds and why is it £3.00 cheaper.
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ITFC against piracy on 15:56 - Nov 18 with 804 viewsIllinoisblue

ITFC against piracy on 15:46 - Nov 18 by PhilTWTD

https://www.twtd.co.uk/ipswich-town-news/38982/town-fans-top-of-ifollow-league-o


Nice one, cheers

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ITFC against piracy on 16:06 - Nov 18 with 771 viewsJammyDodgerrr

ITFC against piracy on 14:36 - Nov 18 by uefacup81

It's a shame that ITFC seem to be simply parroting whatever the EFL tell them to post/tweet, rather than putting pressure on them to improve their offering, or make it a better deal for fans.


You are assuming they are not feeding back to them, but i'm pretty sure it's been stated before they have been putting pressure on.

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ITFC against piracy on 16:21 - Nov 18 with 740 viewsNewcyBlue

It’s nice to see that they want to protect me when I am on the high seas.

Hopefully they will raise the red duster for me at a match.

Piracy is still a menace to modern shipping.

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ITFC against piracy on 16:43 - Nov 18 with 689 viewsSwansea_Blue

ITFC against piracy on 15:47 - Nov 18 by Essen_blue

I pay £7.00 here in Germany, I do not really understand why I have to pay in pounds and why is it £3.00 cheaper.


This is exactly what p*sses people off an leads them to set up VPNs. I'm stating the obvious of course, but if they had a common price then people wouldn't do it as there'd be no need and even if they did the EFL wouldn't lose anything from it. But that's the joys of flexible pricing for you.

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ITFC against piracy on 12:38 - Nov 19 with 485 viewsBramidan

ITFC against piracy on 16:43 - Nov 18 by Swansea_Blue

This is exactly what p*sses people off an leads them to set up VPNs. I'm stating the obvious of course, but if they had a common price then people wouldn't do it as there'd be no need and even if they did the EFL wouldn't lose anything from it. But that's the joys of flexible pricing for you.


The " joys of flexible pricing" don't you mean the ability to rip us off the UK
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ITFC against piracy on 12:46 - Nov 19 with 476 viewsdeliasplums

ITFC against piracy on 14:36 - Nov 18 by uefacup81

It's a shame that ITFC seem to be simply parroting whatever the EFL tell them to post/tweet, rather than putting pressure on them to improve their offering, or make it a better deal for fans.


Presumably it’s a collective contract and they have little choice. The pricing is scandalous for what’s on offer.

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ITFC against piracy on 13:20 - Nov 19 with 443 viewsuefacup81

ITFC against piracy on 12:46 - Nov 19 by deliasplums

Presumably it’s a collective contract and they have little choice. The pricing is scandalous for what’s on offer.


Is it though? I seem to recall that a few of the larger clubs have looked at severing ties with iFollow and creating their own offering.

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ITFC against piracy on 19:05 - Nov 19 with 352 viewsellerblue

ITFC against piracy on 15:47 - Nov 18 by Essen_blue

I pay £7.00 here in Germany, I do not really understand why I have to pay in pounds and why is it £3.00 cheaper.


I also live in germany all my transactions have been charged against my targo credit card in Euros the season ticket is 160 euros is it just a single match they charge sterling?

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ITFC against piracy on 21:00 - Nov 19 with 291 viewsTieDyedIn95

ITFC against piracy on 14:36 - Nov 18 by uefacup81

It's a shame that ITFC seem to be simply parroting whatever the EFL tell them to post/tweet, rather than putting pressure on them to improve their offering, or make it a better deal for fans.


They have clearly bought fake likes for the ITFC social media channels, and thus have a million spam posts with illegal streams on matchdays they don't bother to remove. The club needs to accept its share of the blame rather than have a pop at the users. We really are a shambles.

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