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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 152195 18-Sep-2014 21:18
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Just wondering whether Unotelly provides a New Zealand VPN Server (it appears they only provide VPN servers in the USA, UK, Netherlands, Canada and Germany).  I'm going to be in the USA next week and want to be able to access SKYGo on my iPad through a VPN.

Alternatively, I note New Zealand SKYGo is not a "channel" as far as the DNS settings - is this correct as I see that TVNZ and TV3 are?  If it is a "channel" that can be accessed by using the Unotelly DNS settings I presume I can then access it from the USA.

If Unotelly doesn't provide an NZ VPN Server does Unblock-US?  I know I can pay for a separate VPN service, however if Unotelly or Unblock-us provides both DNS unblocking and VPN then I'd rather go with just one service.



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  Reply # 1131825 18-Sep-2014 21:21
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They do have an Auckland DNS server, but I can't answer for whether it'll work with Sky.




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