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Topic # 178993 21-Aug-2015 18:31
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Is there any way to watch videos that say they are not for your country on youtube with unotelly?

Half the problem is it doesnt tell me what country they are for.

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  Reply # 1371798 21-Aug-2015 19:31
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I use a VPN for my TV Only.

I watch netflix and youtube. I get US Adverts (On youtube)  :-)

What video are you trying to view and I'll try.





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  Reply # 1372024 22-Aug-2015 14:45
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i was trying to watch old seasons of the great british bake offf but it said its not available in my region. (dont judge me, i like UK tv haha).

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1372037 22-Aug-2015 15:40
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Not view-able from USA so I presume its only available for people who are Geo-Located in the UK.

They have probably sold the rights to other countries to other people. (Like to Prime in NZ)

Go to: http://thegreatbritishbakeoff.co.uk/contact-us/

and say something like" I am in New Zealand and wish to watch your TV Series. How can I legally do this?"

And contact Prime as well and ask them how you can watch it now.







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  Reply # 1372055 22-Aug-2015 17:05
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And my unotelly DNS wont help me change region, I would need a VPN?

Yes I will ask them too.

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