Adult Viewing Card FAQ
Adult Viewing Cards Frequently Asked Questions?
Q: What is the subscription time for Adult Viewing Cards?
A: Most cards are sold as pre paid for either 6 or 12 Months.
Q: Will Adult Viewing Cards work in my Sky Satellite Box?
A: No, you need a Satellite Receiver with a suitable card slot as sold by us and a suitable dish facing the relevant satellite, normally Hotbird at 13 Degrees east. Our AB Cryptobox 750HD Receiver is perfect and keenly priced.
Q: Can I subscribe Monthly to the Adult Subscription Channels?
A: No sorry, adult satellite viewing cards are only available as prepaid 6 or 12 month.
Q: Are the adult channels you supply hardcore or softcore?
A: SCT, Redlight TV, Hustler TV, Private TV, Brazzers TV Europe, Pink’O TV and all other channels are classed as hardcore, however Vivid Touch & Blue Hustler are classed as softcore.
Q: Do the adult channels transmit 24 hours a day?
A: The vast majority of channels are available 24/7. However a few channels are “nightime only” and will be described as such in the cards description.
Q: Can I use a High Definition Adult Viewing Card with my old NON HD Receiver?
A: No You will need to upgrade now as the majority of channels transmit in MPEG-4 which will require a High Definition receiver to view.
Q: How can I prevent my children viewing adult satellite channels?
A: There are normally Parental Controls on most satellite receivers plus the option of removing the adult satellite channel card altogether when not being used.
Q: Will the UK Porn Block affect adult satellite tv viewing?
A: No the UK Porn Block will only affect viewers watching pornographic material online.
Q: What happens if adult channels change frequency, suffer technical problems or at worst stop transmitting?
A: We are not contracted to provide programmes, neither are we connected to the broadcaster or in control of satellite transmissions. However any information relating to technical disruption, changes in frequency, closure of channels, rebranding or takeovers will be reported on our Satellite News Page.