24Hr Trial

Get a trial account check channels quality and stability before you subscribe to our Service.


We provide streaming solution for you with full stable streams.


Our Reseller Packages


Please enure you fill in our registration form correctly as failure to comply with our service policy will result in your account being suspended !!


Check out our new 48hr service in packages now 

The Best Premium IPTV Service

 ***Please note no sports channels are available during trials***

IPTV puts you in control

Get IPTV TV only £15 /month .

IPTV ® Essentials with 1000 + Channels

  • IPTV ® 1000 + Channels
  • Includes HD
  • Thousands of On Demand entertainment options
  • Plug & Play Technology
  • Pay as you go! Month to month service
  • No long term commitments
  • Professional Support

Live Channels

How It Works

how to use Kingz IPTV Pro?
how to use Kingz IPTV Pro
Kingz IPTV Pro:
best application for those using android & ios operating system
*Android phone
*ios phone or iphone
*Android box
*Android TV
*Apple TV
*Fire stick device

You can use this app in 3 ways.
1. Xtream-codes Api
2. Download [m3u] file and upload file to app
3. Place the url directly in section [input m3u line]

Most commonly used applications for viewing and viewing iptv
An incredible video player for the business they want
To watch:
*live TV
*Catch upTV
Provides on Android and IOS devices

*Attractive design
*the power
*High usage
*Easy to use
Other benefits of this app are

List of features:
1- native player support:
It has a built-in video player that supports all standard codecs including 4k movie format.
2- multiscreen support:
it allows the user to watch 4 screens at the time.
3- EPG support:
It shows the Program info like Program Name, Next Program info. Apart from that, it shows the full EPG with a timeline for each channel.
4- Recorded Features:
It allows the user to record live TV and watch it anytime from the recording list. The user must have two active connections to record live TV.
5- chromecasting/favorite section:
It has the ChromeCasting feature that allows users to cast the video to the external TV device. Also, it has the ability for the user to add their videos or channels to their favorite section.
6- parental control:
A user can set up parental control by putting a password for adult content.
7- native player support:
It has the built-in video player that supports all standard codecs including 4k video format too.

The easiest way to use
The url loading is in the xtream -codes Api section.

Step 1:
Select login with Xtram Codes API

Step 2:
Enter Land IPTV Account Details:
Step 3:
And finally select [ ADD USER ].

How to work with STB Emulator?
STB EMU is a simulator of MAG device.
Suitable for users of Android OS devices And Android TVs.
One of the important benefits of this app
The MAC address can be changed in this simulator.And you can customize the MAC address
Changeable MAC address has the advantage for the user
The user can use several providers
But on a Mac device, the address cannot be changed
In STB EMU App, the aspect ratio of the image can be changed

Aspect Ratio:
*Wide Screen

The settings for this app are customizable subtitle and audio language.

How to use STB EMU
You have to select the MAC address and give the MAC address to the provider and get the portal address from the provider
After you enter the portal
Touch the red circle or Portal Load option.

Uses Stb Emu: Android TV , Android phone , Android Box
Download and install stb emu from Google Play Store.
Download link:
Step 1:

Step 2:
Open the top left bar and select (change Profile data )

Step 3:
Click on profile name
Choose its name and ok

Step 4:
Select portal URL
Enter Portal and ok

Step 5:
Return to the previous page (settins) and select STB Configuration
Select Mac Address ,Enter MAC Address And press ok

Step 6:
Go back to the main menu and select reload port in the left bar
Now wait for your channels to load

Can it be installed on Mag 254?
We support all kind of devices such as: MAG, Android Smart Phone, Android Boxes, Enigma, DreamBox, Vu+ (…), PC, VLC, Kodi/XBMC (…), Smart TV.
Kingziptv Service availabel on : ?
Smart TV
MAG Device
iPad or Tablet
Smart Phone
enigma2 receiver
Laptop or PC
How much is the Cost?
After the free trial its £10-00 per month for over 500+ channels plus all the sports packages.
For more options & prices, please check out our store at https://www.kingziptv.com/billing/cart.php?gid=2
What countries does it work in?
Our IPTV service performs excellently in any country worldwide, whether you are in North America, Europe, Australia, or Asia.
How to remove or change device?
You can definitely change and remove devices. To unlink/remove a device, you will need to contact us via chat/email/phone. We will remove it on our system,
Hi Please leave your feedback here so others can see how good or bad our customer think we are

Owner, Kingziptv

What Is IPTV? Everything You Need to Know About the Future of Video

What is IPTV

And it’s likely that you’re going to be using it more in the future. IPTV is growing quickly, with new providers and services popping up alongside traditional TV providers with more IPTV offerings.
But what is IPTV? What does IPTV stand for? How does it work? And how can you use it to improve your TV-watching experience?
We have the answers.

What Is IPTV?

Let’s start with the basics. What, exactly, is IPTV?
IPTV stands for “internet protocol television.” The “IP” in IPTV is the same as the one in your IP address or VoIP (voice over IP). All that means is television programming is being communicated using the internet protocol.
To understand what that means, you need to know a bit about how non-IPTV works. With cable or satellite TV, broadcasters send out signals and viewers receive them—you’re only able to watch what’s being broadcasted. Unless you have some sort of recording device, you don’t get to dictate what’s on when. You just tune in when you can and watch what’s available.
IPTV is different. Instead of transmitting content via light pulses in fiber-optic cable or radio waves from a satellite, IPTV sends shows and movies through your standard internet connection. (You may be using a cable or satellite internet connection, but these are independent of the ones that usually carry your TV signals.)
Instead of broadcasting a range of shows on a specific schedule, most IPTV uses video on demand (VOD) or time-shifted media—we’ll discuss these, and a third format, in just a moment.
There’s some complicated network architecture behind all of this making it work, including lots of transcoding from traditional signals to IP-friendly ones. But the important thing is that you don’t have to watch what’s being broadcast. You can tell your provider what you want to watch, and they’ll send it to you immediately.
If you’ve used a streaming service like Netflix or Hulu, it’s the same idea, but with TV instead of movies or syndicated shows.

Do You Need a Set-Top Box for IPTV?

Because most TVs aren’t equipped for IPTV, you may need a set-top box that “translates” what you receive over your internet connection into a format that your TV can read.
Your computer, on the other hand, doesn’t need anything to watch IPTV. Once you sign up for a service, you can use it to stream whatever you want in any of the IPTV formats (which we’ll discuss next).
So if you can mirror your screen to your TV, you can watch IPTV without a set-top box.

Hybrid IPTV

Many TV providers are now adopting a hybrid approach to IPTV to solve some of the issues with fully IP-enabled broadcasts. IPTV requires a great deal of bandwidth to transmit a ton of data at high speed.
Hybrid IPTV combines traditional TV services with IP-based ones. The biggest selling point is that it’s all delivered through a single box. This lets TV providers expand their offerings to their subscribers.
It also makes it easier to roll out new products and services without completely overhauling the set-top box. It’s a good way to transition from a traditional model to a more modern one.
How Does IPTV Work?
There are three different IPTV formats. We’ll take a look at each one individually.

Video on Demand (VOD)

VOD streaming is exactly what it sounds like; you get video whenever you demand it. Movie-streaming sites are VOD providers. There’s no time limit on what you can watch (other than what the service currently has the rights for).
You tell the service what you want to watch, they send it to you via the internet, and you watch it. Simple.
Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video are popular examples of VOD services. (There are many smaller, niche services available, as well.)

Time-shifted media

If you’ve watched “catch-up TV,” you’re familiar with this type of IPTV. Many broadcast networks now allow users to watch shows that they missed when they have the time to do it.
The important difference between time-shifted media and VOD is that the content being shared has a limited shelf life. You can’t go back and watch an episode of a show that you missed several years ago (well, you could, but it would be VOD then).
One of the most popular services that offers time-shifted media is BBC’s iPlayer.
(If you think that VOD and time-shifted media sound very similar, you’re right. It mostly has to do with how long you’re able to watch a show after it airs.)


Like broadcast TV, you can also watch shows live on IPTV. Many people watch sporting events this way; it’s easy to stream a game on your phone while you’re on the go.
Other than being broadcast over the internet instead of through traditional TV media, live IPTV is pretty much the same as regular TV.
FOX Sports Go, CBS Sports HQ, Hulu Live TV, and Sling TV all offer live IPTV.

IPTV Services

While IPTV is definitely getting bigger, it’s still a pretty niche market. Services like Netflix and Hulu offer a lot of TV shows (when they can get the rights to them), and video on demand is growing quickly.
It’s the other formats of IPTV, where there’s a significant potential for changing how people watch TV, that have yet to take off.
Catch-up TV is becoming more popular. Downloading apps for providers like FOX, CBS, and NBC let viewers see the shows that they missed without the effort it takes to set up and record something via a set-top box like a TiVo.
NOW TV, TVPlayer, and Epicstream are all making headway into the live IPTV market, but they’re still not as mainstream as more popular VOD services.
Sports seems to be the area of TV that’s most quickly embraced IPTV. There are plenty of subscription sports packages that you can watch from your computer or stream to your TV whenever you want.
But it’s a safe bet that the rest of the television world will be right behind.
Many services are popping up that allow users to create their own VOD and live-streaming services, too. That way people can share their skills, advice, and passions with anyone else in the world.

Starting Your Own IPTV Service

If you’re interested in starting your own IPTV service, your best bet is to hook up with one of these providers. They have the bandwidth, server capacity, and distribution channels that you need.
All you need to do is sign up, choose a plan, and start uploading your content. What sort of content? Who will watch it? How will you make money? All of those things are up to you.
There are IPTV channels for learning magic tricks, getting fit, learning to dance, watching movies, and pretty much anything else you can think of. If you have something you want to share with the world, you can use IPTV to do it.
Of course, you’ll still need to record all of that content. Which takes a lot of work. But once you’ve done that, these services will let you promote and distribute your TV shows, videos, or movies with ease.
It’s like building your own version of Netflix just for you and your subscribers.
The Future of IPTV
It’s difficult to tell how many people are using IPTV services at the moment. With the wide variety of providers, different formats, and a huge amount of pirated content available, there are a lot of things to keep track of.
But there’s no doubt that IPTV will be increasing in popularity. that the market will be worth over $117 billion by 2025. The increase in user demand as well as improvements in networks will support this growth.
Grand View also predicts that subscription-based IPTV will grow quickly over the next decade, suggesting that services like TVPlayer and Hulu Live TV will gain in popularity.
Some of that growth has started already.
Major media providers are planning to offer new streaming services to compete with Netflix, Amazon Prime, and other streaming heavyweights. And more traditional TV providers are allowing for time-shifted media via their apps. Even cable providers are allowing their subscribers to watch from their phones.
And now that people can create their own channels to distribute their content with ease, the amount and variety of IPTV options will be increasing quickly. Viewers won’t be limited to what broadcasters are sharing anymore; they’ll be able to go to each other to see everything from fitness videos to audience-specific movies.
In short, the future of TV is IPTV.