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Topic # 165920 24-Feb-2015 18:02
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Not sure what forum to post this in, could go in a few !
Anyway I am off to the UK for a few weeks and want to keep up with some NZ tv shows  from the UK, what is the best way to do this.
I will have my Samsung S4 and free wi-fi and access to a windows PC.

Thanks

Bernard

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  Reply # 1245767 24-Feb-2015 18:09
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Moved to a more appropriate forum. It's going to be more of a geo block issue than one of device/platform.




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  Reply # 1245772 24-Feb-2015 18:20
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Thanks, that is fantastic that you moved it, will I still get notified when a reply is happens still ?

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  Reply # 1245802 24-Feb-2015 18:51
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hola app for your browser/device?

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  Reply # 1245803 24-Feb-2015 18:52
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Yes you will, I know that unotelly lets you access nz ondemand sites over seas.
Its how I watch them here in Vancouver Canada.

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  Reply # 1246677 25-Feb-2015 20:30
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DNS4me works from memory

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