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  Reply # 1081144 4-Jul-2014 19:21
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The 35% discount ad still shows in my Web browser when I look at this page.
So if you enter GeekZone at checkout you should be ok.




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  Reply # 1082353 7-Jul-2014 12:26
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kendo: Just started the trial. Is the discount still available if I sign up?

do you have an app for windows that switches the DNS whenever you want, like unblock-us?



The answer is "yes" to both questions. Look for the Unohelper app on their website and my friend just signed up and used the discount code successfully.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1089805 16-Jul-2014 10:47
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My trial was due to finish tomorrow, and since Ive been happy with it (and the wife super happy she can watch her precious sports) I signed up for a year with the discount code - all went through fine, great product, great service :)





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  Reply # 1089812 16-Jul-2014 10:54
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im thinking about switching, been with unblockus for nearly forever.

my concerns are
- does it work with all the same services as unblockus?
- is it as fast as unblockus?
- the netflix not available issue a month or so back, was this unotelly? (i had no such issue on unblockus)

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  Reply # 1089842 16-Jul-2014 11:34
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Reven, I signed up with unotelly and am happy. I can't compare to anyone else, as I am a first time user.
But I recall they did have a weeks free trial so that may answer your questions as you can do some direct comparisons.

And yes from my memory they were effected by the netflix issues recently

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  Reply # 1089843 16-Jul-2014 11:34
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Reven, I signed up with unotelly and am happy. I can't compare to anyone else, as I am a first time user.
But I recall they did have a weeks free trial so that may answer your questions as you can do some direct comparisons.

And yes from my memory they were effected by the netflix issues recently

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  Reply # 1089850 16-Jul-2014 11:48
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reven: im thinking about switching, been with unblockus for nearly forever.

my concerns are
- does it work with all the same services as unblockus?
- is it as fast as unblockus?
- the netflix not available issue a month or so back, was this unotelly? (i had no such issue on unblockus)


Sign up for the free trial, that's what I did (was with UnblockUS).
- As far as I know it works with all the same (if not more) services than UnblockUS
- I noticed no speed dropoff, infact I think mine got faster.
- The Netflix unavailability was an issue with ISPs changing something, UnoTelly, UnblockUS and others were instrumental in working with ISP to resolve it.

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  Reply # 1089852 16-Jul-2014 11:52
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trig42:
reven: im thinking about switching, been with unblockus for nearly forever.

my concerns are
- does it work with all the same services as unblockus?
- is it as fast as unblockus?
- the netflix not available issue a month or so back, was this unotelly? (i had no such issue on unblockus)


Sign up for the free trial, that's what I did (was with UnblockUS).
- As far as I know it works with all the same (if not more) services than UnblockUS
- I noticed no speed dropoff, infact I think mine got faster.
- The Netflix unavailability was an issue with ISPs changing something, UnoTelly, UnblockUS and others were instrumental in working with ISP to resolve it.


thanks for that, I wasn't effecting (as i said) so wasnt exactly sure what the issue was.  

I'll change my router over tonight to the trial and give it a go.  99% of what I watch is netflix, with the occasional flickster, iplayer, vudu thrown in.

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  Reply # 1089880 16-Jul-2014 12:23
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I'm half way through my weeks trial and am quite happy with it, works really well on a Win7 PC, Hulu, BBC, ITV and AU channels are fine, with Geekzone discount it looks good.

I have a Android media box (mostly for XBMC which is awesome) and its a different story, most apps wont work, BBC, ITV, TenPlay don't, ABC iview works, Netflix & Hulu+ don't know as need subscription, if I use a browser, it detects its Android and tells you to use their app.

But the PC works great, as for Android, thats Android.




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  Reply # 1091387 18-Jul-2014 13:23
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Looks like the GeekZone coupon expired, damn, just as my trial was coming to an end too.



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  Reply # 1091388 18-Jul-2014 13:24
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The coupon would've been valid until the end of the advertising campaign - last 15th July.






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  Reply # 1091389 18-Jul-2014 13:24
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eliema: Looks like the GeekZone coupon expired, damn, just as my trial was coming to an end too.


guess i wont be switching from unblockus then :)

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  Reply # 1091451 18-Jul-2014 14:54
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freitasm: The coupon would've been valid until the end of the advertising campaign - last 15th July.




Sigh just missed it by a few days.  Was going to wait until the end of my trial before signing up, but now the promotion code is gone...

Any idea if they will be offering another discount sometime soon?


 


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  Reply # 1091454 18-Jul-2014 14:55
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Pity. But you still get discounts for a longer sign up. The one thing I found that I could do on Unotelly that unblock-us didn't (apparently) do was allow me to switch the location of my Sony BD player, so that I could get a choice of US or UK apps.




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  Reply # 1091843 18-Jul-2014 23:16
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Hi all!

Due to high demand, we will extend the Geekzone-only promo until July 31. You can use the coupon code GeekZone to get the 35% discount. Thank you very much for your support!

Best regards,
Kostas
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