12th June 2016, 21:28
Sí, es una buena solución, ignorar a los premium. Gracias y un saludo
Originally Posted by trtr
21st July 2016, 00:56
How long will we endure to download to inclouddrive because it uses the uploaded or most popular rapidgator should force who uploads
23rd July 2016, 10:47
Pues........ ahí va mi SUPERagradecimiento a "Lone Tiger", enlaces torrent, super rápidos, con calidades excelentes, sin cuentas Premium, etc. gracias a él se pueden ver los partidos de Rugby más importantes del mundo.
Eskerrik asko, Lone Tiger.
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9th August 2016, 19:29
I agree with the notion that cappers/uploaders should be compensated, via premium links.
My problem is that I've looked, once, at what seemed to be the most commonly used file-sharing site (uploaded, at the time), and then purchased a 2-year premium account… only for the majority of cappers/uploaders to have switched to a different site (InCloudDrive), leaving me stuck with my present account.
I understand that there are reasons for this sort of thing, but the worry becomes not knowing if history will repeat itself, and, if I buy another account, I won't just find myself out of luck, again. Easy enough to say, "just pay month-to-month," but that's not always possible; some need the discount you get when you pay for 6 months or a year, upfront, to be able to afford the service, at all.
So, is it possible to get on the same page and have one file-sharing site that cappers/uploaders TRY to use (not a must)? Also, are there any assurances that, whatever site is chosen as the PRIMARY (not the ONLY) file-sharing site for cappers/uploaders, won't be abandoned any time soon?
For the moment, I can only download from uploaded.net, fast free links or torrents… though, I still will sometimes thank the cappers/uploaders for their time, even if I can't afford to download their content (via "Thanks" button). I just don't want to be burned again, and it's hard for me to gauge where best to invest my money on this.
9th August 2016, 19:41
Usually releasers use something specific for their releases. For example, I use only rapidgator. It is more convenient track the number of downloads and interest in certain matches and competitions. And of course, it brings a a couple dozen cents. Other releasers also have favorite hosting. You can simply become attached to certain Capper So convenient.
9th August 2016, 19:53
Question for those who want free and high-speed links to matches.
Nazovaite least one free and fast hosting, which would be just as easy to use and to upload the video on it.
torrent - requires continued support from the author, which is absolutely unnecessary. (Lonetiger simply steal torrent-files with a large Russian forum, it does not create these files and does not support their distribute).
mega - it is impossible to slow upload.
I have no more options. Your word, free-users)
10th September 2016, 23:35
Todos unos sinvergüenzas.
12th September 2016, 14:55
Y la madre concha que los recontraparió. Si Tulio levantase la cabeza y mirase rojadirecta zidane (el que sube partidos), el del nick chino y otros estarían ya bajo tierra. Creo que va siendo hora de llamarlo ya.
Originally Posted by pedrucci
PD: nikitis pollatis go to the shit at other forum with your fucking premium links.
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29th November 2016, 05:45
Mega upload is perfect for free links, no maintenance required
upload is fast with an account, its not slow at all
these people are cancer
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Normas que nadie cumple, ¿para que sirven?
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