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Topic # 138230 26-Dec-2013 10:40
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Good morning geek zone network, I trust we are all sated after a glorious Christmas.

So my conundrum is I want to access tv content semi legitimately, contemplating a Apple TV, unblock us and Netflix.

.....but how does one go about accessing HBO content without resorting to torrents? I hate Sky so that is not a option.

Is HBO go available as a standalone service or does it require a HBO subscription?

My internet is VDSL and relatively decent within NZ third world standards.

So HBO and Showtime content, how is everyone accessing it?


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  Reply # 957684 26-Dec-2013 20:51
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FFS people!!! Don't feed the trolls!



Netflix + Vudu + Spotify + Unblock-US + Unotelly + Creative NAT rules = legally obtained media of all kinds.

Geo-limits are really not an issue if you put a bit of time in to it. Unotelly is really good for those sites in obscure countries as they have servers for all over the world.

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