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Topic # 223752 16-Oct-2017 09:37
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I've had a google and can't find anything however I thought I would ask the question as sometimes there are providers out there...

 

I'm keen to watch some of the Australian on demand TV here in NZ. I'm going to need to show my IP as being in Australia however, I've used Betternet before and it's free and great but they only offer a US or UK service.

 

Are there any free ones out there for Australia or another way of doing this?

 

I'm considering paying but am reluctant just to stream the today show a couple of times a week.

 

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  Reply # 1884134 16-Oct-2017 09:50
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For a kickstart in this path, without the immediate DNS hassles for the time being.. I suggest having a wee browse of this thread..

 

https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=151&topicid=198716&page_no=6

 

 

 

And follow a few of the basic IPTV for Kodi guides using addresses contained within ;)


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  Reply # 1884136 16-Oct-2017 09:53
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I've invited you both to the private forums - you'll see this at the very bottom of the forums link above.





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