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Topic # 150162 13-Jul-2014 18:04
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Hi Everyone

Having just subscribed to Unotelly I've noticed a few of the channels need subscriptions in their originating country to be able to view eg watch espn, disney etc

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to work around this? 
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Paying the subscription is the way around it




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  Reply # 1088156 13-Jul-2014 18:19
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You will need a local credit card or one that's not checked for address. There are a couple of places selling prepaid cards you can use for this, or open an Entropay account, or use a New Zealand card that fits the bill...






 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1088186 13-Jul-2014 18:45
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thanks for the replies.  Am happy to pay, that's not the issue.  Issue is when channel asks you to sign in with your TV provider - how you work around that?

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  Reply # 1088187 13-Jul-2014 18:48
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livealittle: thanks for the replies.  Am happy to pay, that's not the issue.  Issue is when channel asks you to sign in with your TV provider - how you work around that?


know somebody with a pay TV subscription in the states who does not mind you using their login, and potentially getting their account blocked if it is discovered they are breaching the Ts and Cs of their subscription by letting you use it.

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  Reply # 1088206 13-Jul-2014 19:21
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livealittle: Hi Everyone

Having just subscribed to Unotelly I've noticed a few of the channels need subscriptions in their originating country to be able to view eg watch espn, disney etc

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to work around this? 
Thanks


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