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# 136558 1-Dec-2013 19:29
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Hi There!

https://www.bestvpn.com/blog/8105/black-friday-deal-roundup/

Seems a number of good deals. 

I was hoping for unblock.us but anyone have experience with any of these recently? I would like something that allows me to change my devices (Individually) DNS the way unblock allows you to do. 

Any of these suitable?

PIA is probably the one I was leaning toward. 


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  # 943853 1-Dec-2013 22:14
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Unotelly works well for me. You only change the DNS setting on the computer you are using to watch.




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  # 943857 1-Dec-2013 22:33
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turb: Unotelly works well for me. You only change the DNS setting on the computer you are using to watch.


Yah I found that as well, pity it's not On Special. 

Have you tried to access Amazon services with it?

Do you use the Gold or Premium?

 
 
 
 


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  # 943913 2-Dec-2013 09:19
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I haven't tried Amazon yet

It's Unotelly Premium I think - the one you pay for.

Our current viewing breaks down as follows:

50% Terrestrial: 3 News, 7 Days, Prime (Downton Abbey), Choice (Coast, and the strangely compelling Cheese Slices).

49% Netflix (Orange is the New Black, Breaking Bad, UK Comedy)

1% Live rugby in the pub.

= 100% Middle Aged Poms, Sky-Free and loving it.




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  # 944019 2-Dec-2013 11:44
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networkn:
turb: Unotelly works well for me. You only change the DNS setting on the computer you are using to watch.


Yah I found that as well, pity it's not On Special. 

Have you tried to access Amazon services with it?

Do you use the Gold or Premium?


Can confirm Amazon Streaming works well with Unotelly service

I don't watch it often, but I can

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