Before you contact support

More often than not, if your service is not working, its something simple and you can easily fix quickly yourself.  Check our new help page

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Charity

Charity

As you probably realize from postings in social media, Compusurf regularly gives money, services and our time to deserving charitable causes. You may be wondering how we decide who we donate to. As a local family business, our charity policy is tailored in a local family way.

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Ai.da the humanoid robot learns to paint

Ai-Da is a humanoid robot that has learnt to paint traditionally. Ai-da was born in 2019 created by a team of programmers, roboticists, art experts, and psychologists. Ai-da can do many things , now she can paint, sketch, and create poems. Ai-Da will premier a solo exhibition at the 2022 Venice Biennale on April 22.

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Elon Musk just became Twitter’s largest shareholder

Original post from the associated press

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has taken a 9% stake in Twitter to become its largest shareholder after raising questions about the social media platform’s dedication to free speech.

The ultimate aim of Musk’s 73.5 million share purchase worth $2.9 billion,

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How to Install Compusurf TV on a Firestick

How to Install Compusurf TV on a Firestick

This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to Install Compusurf TV on a Firestick. This is a totally free service to all Compusurf Internet customers. The system uses an APP called Kodi to receive the signal and send it to your TV,

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You Tube now shows popular TV shows for free

Youtube already shows free movies

YouTube is the latest company to offer free TV shows with ads. The video giant says you’ll now be able to stream nearly 4,000 episodes of TV for free, as long as you’re also willing to watch ads during the show. Shows available include Hell’s Kitchen

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What is Cyber Warfare? Should I be worried?

Cyber warfare involves the actions by a nation-state or international organization to attack and attempt to damage another nation’s computers or information networks through, for example, computer viruses or denial-of-service attacks. Targets include such things as power grids and mobile networks.

The current threat from Russia is very real,

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Now is the time to step up your cyber defenses

The threat of cyber attacks and the hacking of personal social media accounts is a very real threat, especially now as I guarantee Russia will be stepping up there cyber war on the west. Passwords are our number one line of defence, here are our top tips to keep your online world safe.

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Netflix trials billing changes

The offical word from Netflix themselves

By Chengyi Long

Director, Product Innovation

Innovation16 March 2022Global

We’ve always made it easy for people who live together to share their Netflix account, with features like separate profiles and multiple streams in our Standard and Premium plans.

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Compusurf Technical support

This article is to explain how our technical support system is organised and how to use the various options for getting help 24/7

When an enquiry or incident is raised by one of the available methods, a case file is created, this file is called a “Ticket” every ticket has a unique ticket number,

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Pirate IPTV

The Compusurf policy regarding customers who are using Pirate IPTV systems

updated 5.012.2021

Definition of Pirate IPTV

For the purposes of this document, the definition of “Pirate IPTV systems” is, any TV service or app, on any device, like a smart phone , an Android TV Box or other media device,

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How does Compusurf TV work

Compusurf TV is a private communal sat system, it is not IPTV or a re broadcasting system. We connect your receiver to one of our sat dishes that picks up the signals, this is then connected directly into our data network using satip technology, the only difference to a normal sat system is the co-ax cable is replaced with our data network and limited to a private network,

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Pirate IPTV app Mobdro taken down

One of the best-known applications for watching TV on an Android mobile has closed its development: Mobdro disappears from the web, leaving number 2.2.8 as the latest version of the app. This app no ​​longer works because any access to the streams has been removed: On Mobdro there are legal proceedings for infringement of protected content.

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Trust your ISP professionals

Trust your ISP professionals

Speed test with nperf? I was told to use Ookla by my TV guy.

There are many speed testing apps and websites like Ookla, speedtest.net, speakeasy, Fast etc, different apps are suited to different end user scenarios, You should ask your internet provider which testing app is recommended by them.

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Passwords the ultimate guide

Passwords do and don’ts

Now we are forced to use online services more than ever, security is a big concern. The number one way in which peoples online shopping banking and social accounts get compromised is poor password management. This guide is written by our own IT professionals in an effort to help you beef up your online security.

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Alexa in a firestick

Alexa in a firestick is actually very useful

If you bought one of our firestick packages like Compusurf Smart then you already have Alexa at your beck and call as she comes preloaded. Other than mundane things like “what’s the weather tomorrow” and what’s the time in new york she has the power to do so much more.

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Go legal, stay safe

DAZN, the legal sports streaming service, allows two people to share one account, effectively if you share the bill with another its only 5 euros a month, add a Netflix account that can be shared with up to 5 people, and of course our own free to air tv service that cost nothing,

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