An alternative starting XI for PAOK TV
It’s Sunday morning and you’re relaxing with your coffee and breakfast. In your mind though, you’re struggling with the classic dilemma. Shall I go to the match or should I watch it at home on television? The correct answer to that question is of course is always the former, but we’re not here to judge anyone. On the contrary, we are here to help, through PAOK TV. And with some non-politically correct tips about using it so you can enjoy watching your beloved team on your mobile, persona computer, or television. Here is our very own starting XI of tips…
- If you teal the neighbor’s WiFi at least make sure they have a high quality connection. If the broadcast starts buffering then you need to move house and find an apartment next door to a PAOK fan who has an LG Smart TV LG. In the worst case scenario, install a HCN connection.
- When watching the match, you shouldn’t be simultaneously scrolling down your Instagram feed. First of all it east up data. Secondly, if you miss a goal you’ll blame it on PAOK. Remember, socializing kills football.
- And how about, once, just for a change, not trying to purchasing the match five minutes befre kick-off, or even two minutes before. We’ve got some high quality Pre Game content you know. Also, it would be a shame if all the members of our tech support team lost their hair waiting to see if the bank processes all the payments on time and nobody misses the kick-off. Most of them don’t have much hair left to lose to be honest so they need all the help you can offer.
- If you’re at a bar of cafe and the establishment’s owner or manager is trying to connect the television with a VGA cable to a Scart port an from there to HDMI, maybe you’re in the wrong place or wrong decade. We don’t want to watch PAOK – Edessaikos…
- If your Internet connection is a 50mpbs one, but your router is into its twilight years and has four million errors then for sure you are going to have a few issues. And neither your Internet speed or PAOK TV will be to blame.
- If you own a bar or cafe and expect your patrons to be able watch the match with your PAOK TV connected via WiFi which is open to all, just don’t. Because if there’s a family using a mobile phone to pacify their little one with an episode of Peppa the Pig on YouTube, or a teenager scrolling through TikTok while the waiting staff also are trying to connect their PDA devices to take orders, then it’s highly likely that your establishment will be empty by half-time.
- If you are reporting for a fan website and trying to find out if there’s an offside or if the VAR referees are eating souvlakia, you are watching the wrong channel. At least it probably won’t freeze, however.
- Our resolution is up to 1080p, and our speed is up to (add whatever you like here). Let’s try and adapt. If you have a poor connection but want to watch the match with a resolution of 1080, you probably won’t be able to. That’s why you have selection of resolutions to choose from.
- The «up to» values for Internet speeds are a bit like the «from» logic for the values of cars. Do your homework and choose the right Internet provider.
- Technology follows chronology. Using an old computer, or mobile, tablet and TV can make it difficult for you to follow… the match.
- Yes, the Samsung Smart TV App is coming soon. And the Android TV one. And yes, PAOK TV will be here again next year. With apps for all mobile devices, as well as complete Smart TV apps and a lot more extra features.