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  Reply # 1237259 13-Feb-2015 13:13
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kiwimustang: Unblock US works fine with it. If any streaming services try to lock us out the are pretty quick to solve the problem. Watching DIY Network right now. If the decide to include SyFy and TLC i will be in heaven. They have already announced AMC, so there is your Walking Dead fix.


Can you get to the home page? Can't do that using Unotelly.

And by DIY do you mean HGTV




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  Reply # 1237307 13-Feb-2015 13:51
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Have no problem getting on using both the Mac app and the iPad app. DIY Network and HGTV are two seperate channels. A bit like having Food Network and Cooking Channel. I have never used Unotelly so cant really comment on any problems. Have you tried contacting their support?



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  Reply # 1237620 13-Feb-2015 20:54
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kiwimustang: Have no problem getting on using both the Mac app and the iPad app. DIY Network and HGTV are two seperate channels. A bit like having Food Network and Cooking Channel. I have never used Unotelly so cant really comment on any problems. Have you tried contacting their support?


Well I discovered something interesting.

If I just use Unotelly I can't see ABC Family, DIY or Disney as channel choices.

If I use a VPN (Tunnelbear) then I can see ABC Family and Disney show up but if I try to play those channels I get a streaming error.

It seems like different channels have different geoblocking technologies behind them and through smart DNS services some don't show up.




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  Reply # 1242686 19-Feb-2015 23:07
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Just signed up for the trial, primarily interested in ESPN. I wonder what the chances are of All Blacks tests?

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  Reply # 1242884 20-Feb-2015 10:21
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Woo Hoo, just received an email from Unblock US confirming they are officially supporting Sling TV.

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