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Topic # 143968 3-May-2014 12:49
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Based on the UnoTelly discount thread, I've jumped in and signed up for an 8 day trial and have implemented UnoDNS settings into my computer. Straight off the bat I've struck a problem signing up to Netflix though. It was happy enough to let me start the sign up for a months free trial but when I got directed to the payment page to finish the setup I was presented with two options:



The cursor turns to a hand when hovering over either of these options, but clicking them produces no result whatsoever. I'm stuck here... A quick search of Geekzone and teh interwebs has been fruitless. Anyone else had this problem - if so, how did you resolve it?

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  Reply # 1035957 3-May-2014 12:53
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What browser are you using? Try disabling adblock, noscript etc etc

Clicking on the arrow causes it to drop down e.g:




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  Reply # 1035960 3-May-2014 13:11
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Cheers for the fast response!

I'm using Chrome and don't have any adblockers etc. I'll give IE a whirl...

EDIT: Reinstalled IE and finished the signup in a few seconds. Netflix now purring along :-)

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