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Topic # 146657 25-May-2014 14:27
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Hi.

My netflix has stopped working. I see other people are having problems with netflix too. I could have the same problem but I have also changed from Vodafone to telecom, do I need to do anything? Does changing ISPs cause issues?

I have loved having netflix and unblock us working, I would like to have a movie night with my daughters and need to get it working!

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  Reply # 1052812 25-May-2014 14:45
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The ISP is not the problem. It's Netflix clamping down on people using geoblocking services.


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If that is the case, why are lots of American's saying its not working? 



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Reply # 1052843 25-May-2014 15:14
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Thank you.

Are you going unsubscribe or wait and see?

I bought my Apple TV for TV on demand, which doesn't work, then I got netflix working so it was still worthwhile, now it seems a bit of a waste?

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  Reply # 1052897 25-May-2014 16:05
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NZ users are having some problems and this is related to some ISPs (but can't exclude one or another). There's also reports of Netflix problems in the USA.






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  Reply # 1052901 25-May-2014 16:07
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Do we need yet another thread on this Netflix thing?

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