Unlike other prominent IPTV services which don’t require lengthy cables, IPTV.Cam requires you to use a set-top box. As per their developers, HD broadcasts and high-speed links won’t work well if you have a low internet speed. The device helps to transmit the signals in a much better way. Especially if you have a TV that isn’t designed for IPTV viewing, the box will help you get started.
In addition to the box, they do specify the minimum internet speed requirement for quality playback. For instance, for SD broadcast, you need to have an internet speed of 3.5 MBPS, for HD broadcast, it should be at least 8 MBPS.
What is IPTV.Cam?
IPTV.Cam or IPTV Box Pro is an IPTV service geared towards offering hundreds of tv channels to its audience. IPTV.Cam started its journey back in 2003 as a satellite and internet service provider. However, it has evolved with time and adapted to the technological demands. Many companies haven’t been able to follow suit and thus have lost track over the years.
IPTV.Cam is present in 4 different locations in the USA, 2 different locations in Asia, and 6 different locations in Europe. Based out of Turkey, IPTV.Cam manages all the connections across its different server rooms allowing the users to enjoy amazing streaming quality. So doesn’t matter if you want to watch the content in SD, HD, or 4K quality, you’ll find all of it on this network. IPTV. Cam also provides you live customer support in various languages including English, Spanish, German, Bulgarian, and French.
Why should you stream on IPTV.Cam?
Unlike most of the internet-based con-IPTV companies out there, IPTV.Cam has a license for operation. They have a publishing certificate issued from ‘Moonstar Broadcasting LLC’. Thus, it’s a legitimate service and provides you quality service against the price you pay. They are focused on selling you different packages – Android Device, Enigma & PC, MAG 250, Tablet, Phone, and Smart TV Pack.
Though it’s the case with major IPTV service providers, it’s worth mentioning it because of the strong servers, IPTV is able to provide a much better experience as compared to a traditional tv service provider. Since regular tv broadcast is distributed to millions of people from a single location, the data is shared. On the contrary, IPTVs have a private server where each data bus is assigned to a particular subscriber.
You can choose from a wide range of set-top boxes for your devices. For instance, on the product page, you can choose a particular plan for a given period for your device. It can be your mobile phone, tablet, smart TV, Enigma device, PC, or even MAG 250. If your device supports a 4K resolution and the content is available in 4K, you’ll be able to stream the content in that quality given you have an internet speed of 16MBPS or more.
Before you spend your hard-earned money on this service, you have to check all the features offered by this IPTV services. Thus, you can make use of the test packages. These will allow you to access the service after purchasing it on an hourly basis. Once you’re satisfied with the experience, you can make a long-term commitment but it’s always advisable to check the service before you take a plunge.
How to access IPTV.Cam?
Accessing IPTV.Cam is quite simple. You can look for it in two ways. First, search for the term ‘IPTV.Cam’ in your search engine and you’ll find the website on the first page. If you want to access the website directly, you can use the following link: IPTV.Cam. Before accessing this IPTV website, just make sure that you’re using a VPN so to protect your identity as well as your device from adware and malware.
One thing I’m absolutely not impressed with on this website is its design. The design approach is inefficient with poor banners with watermarks all over the place. Don’t get confused with the IPTV Box Pro logo on the left. Both IPTV.Cam and IPTV Box Pro are essentially the same brands. The banners, body section and inner pages look outdated and do little in convincing you to go premium.
There are quite a few elements in the header section but there’s no navigation panel. At the top, you have the customer panel where you can Register or Sign-in. Under this section, you can find flags of four different countries – Turkey, Germany, the United States, and Italy. That’s an indicator of language preference. Under this section, you have a search bar at the center and an ‘All Packages’ drop-down menu on the left to choose a particular package. Towards the right, you have the cart which shows if you’ve added a package.
The hero section has possibly the worst designed banner I’ve seen in a long time. There’s a movie theatre on the left with a movie screening on the right. The image is bombarded with watermarks and text in the Turkish language. There’s a headline that reads ‘Can not pull your eyes on the screen 24/7 hundred canals (Channels) thousand film’. I suppose that’s an auto-translated text. Thankfully, there are quite a few banners in this section including Sports, Adult Movies, TV Shows, Animated movies, and so on.
The body section looks like it’s selling some cheap refurbished products from China. Poor layout & thumbnails filled with unnecessary watermarks. The only thing that’s cool in this section is the ‘Add to Cart’ button which thankfully doesn’t have any fancy design. The body section is quite compact as apart from the packages, there are just a few blogs that you can access before the footer section.
The footer section on IPTV.Cam is quite dense. There are social media icons followed by five different columns – My Account, IPTV Info, Customer Service, Corporate, and Newsletter Panel. Each of these columns has detailed information about the service. For instance, if you want to check what their customer service is like, you can choose from a wide range of options such as ‘Privacy & Security’, ‘Guarantee’, ‘Refund’, ‘FAQs’, and ‘IPTV Customer Comments’.
You can access the inner pages by clicking on any option on the homepage. In terms of design, the inner pages carry on with the poor layout and thumbnails. Especially, the product pages. It’s a replica of what we saw on the homepage and it looks terrible.
IPTV.Cam provides its users access to IPTV channels from around the world. Unlike popular IPTVs which provide channels from all over, IPTV.Cam restricts you to a particular country. For instance, you have to reach out to them to learn about the channels available from a particular country. If you want a channel from the UK, you can click on the emblem and move on to contact the developers.
I browsed IPTV.Cam from my HP15 laptop and my Google Pixel 4. To be honest, I wasn’t quite impressed with the overall layout and navigation. And that has a lot to do with the poor design. As for streaming capabilities, I tried the test package and I’m not dissatisfied. I liked the streaming quality and the channel catalog on the network. Given that I have a 32MBPS internet connection, I was able to stream 4K content without any major discrepancies.
Plans & Pricing
The plans & pricing of IPTV.Cam is slightly complicated. As opposed to monthly services, you’re basically paying a different amount for different platforms. For €35, you get access to 175 channels for 3 months which is compatible with Android, satellite, smart tv devices. For €50, you get access to 250 channels for 6 months and for €80, you get access to 400 channels for a year.
Suggestions I have for IPTV.Cam
My major advice to the developers would be to revamp the website. Each section on this website looks ridiculous which makes it hard for the audience to trust it. Check out websites like Iconic Streams and IPTV Stack for a good graphical reference.
IPTV.Cam, as compared to the global behemoths, is a tiny little service. It is not overly expensive but at the same time, it doesn’t have enough content to compete with the best IPTV services out there. But for the first time, I’d leave it up to you to decide whether to subscribe to this service or not.