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The countdown to the biggest rugby tournament on the planet has begun and across New Zealand, eager fans are getting ready to watch the mighty All Blacks defend their title.
But this year, things are a bit different. With Spark Sport and TVNZ holding the broadcast rights, all the games aren’t being televised like they once were. While there will be some select games broadcast on free to air TV, they will all be available for streaming over the internet, to your smart TV, computer or smartphone. This also means you can watch the games at the most convenient time and place as they’re being made available ‘on demand’. Just stream the games when you’re ready.
It does take a wee bit of preparation, though. For starters, you’re going to need a decent internet connection.
Spark Sport has advised you’ll need a minimum 15Mbps download speed on a smart TV. This means most connections in New Zealand right now will be up to the job, in
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