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Topic # 189489 1-Jan-2016 15:20
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Happy New Year

 

 

We signed up for NetFlicks (AUS NZ) and was totally disappointed by the lack of programmes (s%$t springs to mind) compared to the USA UK sites so we are going to go the VPN DNS path now.

 

Is there any thing we need to look for?

 

We found the following site but unsure if its any good?
https://www.unblock-us.com/?offer_id=6&aff_id=1180&source=moreinfo

 

Also if we get a VPN do we then have to subscribe separately to USA and UK Netflicks for example?

 

Thanks

 

Stephen

 

 




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  Reply # 1459865 1-Jan-2016 15:39
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Generally, the popular region unblockers used around here are UnblockUS, Unotelly, DNS4me and Getflix (I think). They all work well. Use Unotelly personally. Can get US / UK Netflix, iPlayer etc just using the DNS option, don't need VPN for region unblocking. You only need one Netflix account. If you already have a NZ Netflix account stick with that and just tell Unotelly (or whatever) you actually want to watch US / UK / Canada / wherever and it does it for you. Think they all have trials by the way.




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