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  Reply # 1307437 18-May-2015 19:47
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im finding that interesting though say for the netflix app thats on my tv, can i configure so that mac only uses xyz dns?

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  Reply # 1328249 20-Jun-2015 12:07
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I just signed up to Unotelly and the geekzone discount still workscool.




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  Reply # 1328320 20-Jun-2015 14:20
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TeaLeaf: im finding that interesting though say for the netflix app thats on my tv, can i configure so that mac only uses xyz dns?


You can configure DNS individually per device, assuming device allows it, or at the router for the entire network. Most people seem to do it at the router. This has the advantage that you don't have to change individual devices separately. I prefer the flexibility of doing it per device because I also use a DNS switcher.

 




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  Reply # 1337088 4-Jul-2015 21:01
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Just used, and still working.

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  Reply # 1337334 5-Jul-2015 16:44
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well ive given unblockus and unotelly a crack.

with unblockus every time i reset my router and IP changed it wouldnt work anymore where as i didnt have that problem with unotelly. sooooo, might be unotelly for me.

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  Reply # 1337796 6-Jul-2015 12:47
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Ugh I hate change but this "sounds" intresting

At present I have a windows machine running xbmc through a netgear 360d? I think

Its still a bit "Heathkit" for my liking finding the addons working for awhile then stopping (bbc)

ANYWAY..

How much brain surgery is required to set this up ?

Is it a Kiwi "real easy bro!" translation Will take you the rest of the day and half the night.

or is it Plug and Play about 4 hours

your honesty is appreciated :)




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  Reply # 1337819 6-Jul-2015 13:09
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Really easy to do it. Unotelly has lots of FAQs that are step-by-step and easy to follow.





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  Reply # 1338254 7-Jul-2015 08:29
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Really easy to setup with their guides. The bit I struggle with is once you have access to channels in the USA, how do you get around some that have requirements to verify your "local" US cable/TV provider.

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  Reply # 1338264 7-Jul-2015 08:38
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Malingo: Really easy to setup with their guides. The bit I struggle with is once you have access to channels in the USA, how do you get around some that have requirements to verify your "local" US cable/TV provider.


and have you solved the problem?




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  Reply # 1338324 7-Jul-2015 09:56
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That is surprisingly easy. I just piggyback on my sister's account since she lives in the States. She is not a hacker, so she actually asked her provider for permission to do this and it was granted! And no, I cannot post the account details.

It does make me wonder, though, if a group of people could not open a legal account and share it. My sister pays $200 US a month, but that is for cable TV (hundreds of channels, maybe thousands), phone and broadband Internet. Who knows what is possible until you try?

My takeaway from this is that at least some providers aren't bothered by overseas sharing in itself, as this has no effect on their business, which is entirely within the USA. Of course they would be bothered if the content providers get wind of it and start making trouble.





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  Reply # 1338948 7-Jul-2015 22:43
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I just need to find a sister like that :-) no luck on that yet

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  Reply # 1353992 29-Jul-2015 04:31
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An interesting thing happened when I renewed my yearly subscription.

I saw the option to add the promotion code 'geekzone' so gave it a try, then an error came up saying I have already used the code, which I had done last year.........fair enough. I then submitted again without the code and it accepted. All is good and I was instantly granted access again.

A few days later I happened to be checking my Credit Card statement and saw two debits to Unotelly. The pricing was approximately $20NZ different. I jumped on their website and sent a message and within a few hours was told that this needed to be attended to by a billing team Mon-Fri.........fair enough. 5 days later no reply. I replied again to them and this time no reply.

I PM the Unotelly representative here 5 days ago and the message has not been read.

Interestingly, I checked my Unotelly account and see I am now registered until 2017!

On the face of it, I am going to get the value of both transactions but it was not my intention to pay for 2 years of service so would really like to know why I got an error to say the geekzone was invalid yet it appears it was successful.

Anyone else tried a yearly subscription using geekzone code 2nd time around?

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  Reply # 1354084 29-Jul-2015 08:18
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I wanted to use the discount code as well. When I was checking the accounts, my subscription had auto renewed and the full amount was charged to my credit card.

i have emailed Unotelly and was told that someone will be in touch in 24 hours.

Waiting for 3 days. No communication received yet.

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  Reply # 1354152 29-Jul-2015 09:45
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saif: I wanted to use the discount code as well. When I was checking the accounts, my subscription had auto renewed and the full amount was charged to my credit card.

i have emailed Unotelly and was told that someone will be in touch in 24 hours.

Waiting for 3 days. No communication received yet.


Would you mind PM'ing me if you get a result, I had the same problem and never got a response, you just reminded me.


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  Reply # 1354164 29-Jul-2015 09:49
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riahon: 
Anyone else tried a yearly subscription using geekzone code 2nd time around?


This happened to me in Feb, it was sorted and refunded in 5 days, from memory I created a support ticket via the website.


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