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Topic # 191678 12-Feb-2016 10:09
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I am not into Netflix and other US sites. But I would like to watch the odd video on a German website. 

 

I am using Safari and Fritzbox as a router, my phone is Viop. Please can someone help me, how and what I have to change. 

 

 

 

Thanks

 

 


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  Reply # 1490947 12-Feb-2016 10:14
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If you are just wanting something casual then your best option would be a DNS with an exit-point in German. Check Unotelly and Witopia to see if they have this. You then just configured the VPN on the device of choice and connect when you want to watch something.





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  Reply # 1491033 12-Feb-2016 11:03
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Take a look at stremr.tv . MagineTV can be set to Germany. There's a 5Day free looksee. Guten gluck.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1491067 12-Feb-2016 11:52
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I use dns4me for French TV.

 

They support a few public service channels, and I also use their customs domain function for other French sites, which works really well.


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  Reply # 1493721 17-Feb-2016 10:09
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jen1001.....you use dns4me.....I have kodi/raspberrypi on my tv and would like to watch Channel 4od (England)....I understand I can do this using dns4me. Would that be right in your experience from NZ? Is it currently legal in NZ to do this? Thanks

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  Reply # 1493823 17-Feb-2016 11:25
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kandjc: jen1001.....you use dns4me.....I have kodi/raspberrypi on my tv and would like to watch Channel 4od (England)....I understand I can do this using dns4me. Would that be right in your experience from NZ? Is it currently legal in NZ to do this? Thanks

 

I'm not sure about using Kodi or Raspberry PI but I've tried using 4OD on laptops (PC/Mac) and there were no issues at all, with dns4me. You should contact their support team, they're very quick at responding.

 

I think you need to register on the 4OD website before using the service though, it asks you for an address with a UK postcode. Those are pretty easy to find, but I'm using one of my rellies' one in London :) With regards to the legal side of things, correct me if I'm wrong but I assume it would be the same as using a geo unblocker...breaching the site's terms and conditions but not being illegal as such.


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  Reply # 1493828 17-Feb-2016 11:31
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Unotelly also unblocks 4OD. Yes, you need to register with a UK address to use the app. I also have used a UK relative's address and phone number.





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