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Topic # 179296 3-Sep-2015 11:04
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I have unotelly.

How do I access Netflix worldwide?

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  Reply # 1378944 3-Sep-2015 11:23
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1) Visit this URL
2) Choose your device
3) Follow instructions
4) If more devices to configure, GOTO 1
5) Enjoy!

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  Reply # 1378945 3-Sep-2015 11:24
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What do you mean "Netflix Global"? Do you mean selecting the different countries where Netflix operates?

I don't use Unotelly, but assume it's just as easy to select Netflix regions with them as it is with Getflix etc (log into website or app; select 'regions'; select the appropraite location under Netflix).

Have you checked out its website www2.unotelly.com for instructions before posting here??!!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1378947 3-Sep-2015 11:25
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Yeah got unotelly configured. I thought there was a unotelly "worldwide". maybe i misunderstood.

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  Reply # 1378950 3-Sep-2015 11:29
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TeaLeaf: Yeah got unotelly configured. I thought there was a unotelly "worldwide". maybe i misunderstood.


By changing your Dynamo region, you can access Netflix content for various countries. This can either be done via their website, or via their iOS or Android apps. You can also use Filmefy to discover which Netflix region has content, and if it is connected to your Unotelly account, switch regions from there too.

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  Reply # 1378953 3-Sep-2015 11:32
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 Netflix worldwide?


That is my dream. 

I note, that netflix are dropping a few titles to make their own content. 

Considering their own produced content is such high quality I can only see netflix reigning supreme. 





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  Reply # 1379103 3-Sep-2015 14:24
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One thing I would say is unotelly dynamo UX isnt the best but it gets the job done. probably more so for the user who doesnt really understand the implications behind all the changes.

Im liking filmefy so far.

Yeah i find netflix series really good although I thought some where AMC.

When will we get Hell on Wheels 5th an last season, didnt like it at first but love it now.

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  Reply # 1379141 3-Sep-2015 14:47
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 Netflix worldwide?


That is my dream. 

I note, that netflix are dropping a few titles to make their own content. 

Considering their own produced content is such high quality I can only see netflix reigning supreme. 




Narcos is REALLY good.

I haven't watched Marco Polo yet.



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  Reply # 1379225 3-Sep-2015 15:48
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marco polo was brilliant. need another season. loved it.



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  Reply # 1379246 3-Sep-2015 16:10
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i love the ancient travelling type series netflix gets or produces.

i just wish theyd hurry up with vikings series 3 rights. want it in HD.

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  Reply # 1379255 3-Sep-2015 16:21
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TeaLeaf: i just wish theyd hurry up with vikings series 3 rights. want it in HD.

Yeah I'm waiting for this as well hopefully it won't be too much longer. I see that LightBox have it. Other 2 I'm waiting for are Mad Men season 7.5 and Orphan Black season 3.

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