One IPTV – Review, Sign Up, and Installation Guide


Have you ever wonder how to watch various streaming services under a single roof? This has been made possible via the new internet-based streaming service called the IPTV. With this service, you can watch all kinds of entertainment content that are Live and Non-Live just by having an internet connection. Also, compared to other popular streaming services like Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Prime Video, etc., IPTV costs very much lesser price. In the upcoming article, let’s see about the One IPTV service in detail.

What is One IPTV?

One IPTV is an all-in-one streaming service that offers tons of amazing content to stream like Movies, VOD, Live TV, and many more on a subscription basis. It supports various streaming devices like MAG, Dreamlink, Avov, Android, iOS, PC, Smart TV, Smart IPTV, IPTV Smarters, Fire Stick, VLC, Xtream, and XBMC/KODI. To know more about the One TV IPTV service, continue reading the article.

How to Sign Up for One IPTV

[1] From your web browser, go to

[2] Scroll down to the plans section and choose any of the available plans.

[3] Click on Buy Now under any of the available plans.

Plans - One IPTV

[4] Again, click on the Plan to Add to Cart.


[5] Once added, Apply coupon code if any, or just click on Update Cart.

Update Cart - One IPTV

[6] Then, scroll down and click on Proceed to Checkout.

Proceed Checkout - One IPTV

[7] Enter all the asked Billing details in the respective field.

[8] Click on PayPal or Debit/Credit card.

[9] Make the payment via the selected mode.

[10] You will receive the credentials within 12 hours.

How to Install One IPTV on Smartphone

[1] Search and install the GSE Smart IPTV App on your Android / iOS from Play Store / App Store.

[2] After installation, click on Open to launch the app.

[3] Upon opening, Click on the Hamburger icon and choose Xtream Codes API.

Xtream Codes API - One IPTV

[4] Click on the Add (+) icon at the bottom of the screen.


[5] Enter any name, server URL, username, and password provided by One IPTV.


[6] Click on Add to add the profile to the GSE Smart IPTV.

[7] Now, tap on the profile name to start streaming IPTV.


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How to Setup One IPTV on PC (VLC Media Player)

[1] Download and install the VLC media player on your Windows or Mac PC.

[2] After installation, launch the VLC on your device.

[3] Click on Media from the menu.


[4] Choose Open Network Stream and go to the Network Section.

[5] Here, enter the M3U URL provided by the IPTV provider.

Network URL

[6] Click on Play to start streaming IPTV on your PC.

How to Watch One IPTV on Smart TV

[1] Search and install Smart IPTV on your smart TV store.

[2] After installation, launch the app on your smart TV.

[3] Make a note of the Mac address that appears on the screen.

Mac Address

[4] Open any web browser on your PC, and visit

[5] Here, enter the Mac address followed by M3U URL in the respective field.

Add Playlist - One IPTV

[6] Click on Send to upload the playlist on your TV.

[7] Once uploaded, restart or refresh the app to streaming IPTV.

How to Stream One IPTV on Firestick

[1] Click on the Find option and choose the Search tile from the home screen.


[2] Search for VLC for Fire in the search.

Search - One IPTV

[3] After installation, launch the VLC app on your device.

[4] From the left panel, go to the Browsing section.

Browsing - One IPTV

[5] Choose the Stream tile under the browsing section.


[6] Enter the M3U URL in the respective field and click on Stream.

[7] Now, you can watch all the available IPTV content on Fire TV.

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These are some of the possible ways to install and access One IPTV. You can also try its trial pack that starts from free to €0.99 before going for an actual subscription. This IPTV service also does not have any standalone application, so don’t fall for any fake application on the internet. If you have any queries, let us know in the comments section below. For more IPTV guides and articles, go to