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Topic # 190876 15-Jan-2016 07:31
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Hope the dns services have a plan B

http://www.theverge.com/2016/1/14/10767982/netflix-blocking-proxies-vpn-country-restrictions

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  Reply # 1520522 27-Mar-2016 18:55
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IMHO the best option if you're got networking skills is to get a Mikrotik RouterOS VPS in the US - there are limitless possibilities once you have this.

 

 


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  Reply # 1524595 2-Apr-2016 13:56
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Hey guys. This is not the forums for discussing methods to unblock Big Red. If you want to discuss those please PM me for the private forums.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1535640 19-Apr-2016 14:31
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Netflix shares are plummeting, along with new subscribers. Maybe they should quit attacking the paying customers they have.

 

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  Reply # 1598335 25-Jul-2016 16:55
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tdgeek:

 

Maybe NF can remove geoblocking and just double the price, thats another 3 coffees every 30 days, then the world will end.

 

 

 

You may jest, but I'd quite happily pay 2x my current Netflix subscription to access to their entire global catalogue.


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