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Topic # 145423 17-May-2014 12:30
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For those using or interested in using a DNS service, Getflix announced a new pricing plan this week, enabling direct payment via credit card (rather than through Paypal), and offering discount for advanced payments. 

The charges below are for those who have 'liked' them on Facebook (a lifetime discount of 17 percent), and are in Aus dollars. 


  • 1 month - $2.45 
  • 3 months - $6.98 (5% discount) 
  • 6 months - $13.23 (10% discount) 
  • 12 months - $23.52 (20% discount)

I've had no problems with the quality of the service the couple of months we've been with them, and for less than $30 NZ for a whole year's service (my annual sub translated across as NZ $26.19 or $2.18 a month) they offer damn good value for money. They've also done well in adding many more supported services, and send out regular email updates informing users of these. Sure, no iPad app for switching regions, but given the low cost I'm a totally happy customer.

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  Reply # 1046928 17-May-2014 12:39
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Switched to Getflix last month as well. Works just as well like Unblock-US but cheaper. These are the only 2 services that offer support for Dishworld as well.

Do whatever you want to do man.


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