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hi is it possible to add pro realtime to my demo account please , thanks in advance 

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10 hours ago, Ed365 said:

hi is it possible to add pro realtime to my demo account please , thanks in advance 

Hi, you should have the option to turn on the Prorealtime demo from your My IG page > Settings.

 

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thanks but the free period expired and altho i have prt on live account i cant get it back on demo as says free period expired , i have emailed ig , thnks for reply 

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yeah.  i have the same problem too. 

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thnks all i emailed ig , and i have it now thanks 

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