Martin Shaw wrote:
Martin Shaw wrote:
As there seems to be a lot of negativity about Ifollow on here, which may put off prospective customers, I feel it only right to give the other side of the story.
Obviously I am touching wood as I type this as I don't want to tempt fate before Tuesday's match.
I have watched every match this season except for the trophy games and have had no problems whatsoever. The matches run about 30 seconds behind time so it is best to avoid any websites or tv programs showing live scores, but other than that I have only once had it drop connection (I think this was the Preston game which I am not even sure was on Ifollow), but I was able to reconnect immediately.
I am using a PC on Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge as that is the only browser I have, and am on basic Virgin broadband (100 Mb). The only advantage I potentially have over others is that those using a laptop, or the app on a phone or tablet, are relying on a wifi connection, whereas my PC is hard wired into the modem.
Prior to this season I have also used Ifollow to listen to commentaries of matches I am unable to attend, often through the app on my phone while travelling in the car, and other than it dropping connection in poor signal areas have had no complaints.
Sandy Pate Best Stag wrote:So just to clarify Martin, the above figures are for tickets sold by MTFC only and any sold by opposition teams for the One call matches also go to the stags up to a maximum of 500. We also get revenue from the away games after the first 500 MTFC sales which look quite healthy.
If visitors sales for matches at One Call are similar to our away sales, it looks like you can add the full 500 for most of our home matches.
Return to Stagsnet Main Discussion Forum
Users browsing this forum: Bing [Bot], bread, Dave Wayne, Il cervo bianco, Martin Shaw, MTFC123 and 26 guests