SAT + CCCAM Servers
Our Premuim Cccam and Oscam Server based on up to date Systems, we Offer 2 Clines / Readers when you subscribe, you can also subscribe for Multiroom Offer if you have more than 1 device in the same house
99.99% UpTime Guarantee, our Hosting dedicated servers are so performant and our antifreeze system is totally enabled to provide you the best TV quality
Sat+ is offering one of the best oscam, cccam and iptv solutions to enjoy waching your favorite programms, films, series and football. We also offer some exclusive sat solutions like canalsat 19.2e solution with full install support. An antifreeze system is enabled to guarantee a free freezes TV.
Frequently Ask Question
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You need any CCcam version (Preferely 2.3.0) or newer or, For Enigma2 Devices we recommand to use lastest Oscam versions as an Emu. We can provide with the necessary files.
All you need is a satellite dish pointing at your desired Satellite (ie. Hotbird , Astra, Hispasat…) a Dreambox, VU+, Formuler, Starsat… or similar running CCcam, MGcamd or Oscam and a broadband connection.
No, once you order from us we send you a double lines of code that you insert into a file on your receiver. This tells the receiver where in the world our servers are and how to communicate with them.
Card sharing is a method by which independent receivers obtain simultaneous access to a pay television network, using one legitimate conditional access subscription card. Typically, the legitimate card is attached to a personal computer or Dreambox which is connected to the Internet, and is configured to provide the legitimately decrypted control word to other receivers who request the information. This decrypted control word is then used to decode an encrypted conditional access service, as though each other receiver were using its own subscription card.
You can use any receiver including PC-based receivers that will run the softcam CCcam. Please check with the manufacturer of your receiver to see if it can use CCcam before joining the service.