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Topic # 126919 23-Jul-2013 21:23
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Hello everyone, was on Hulu.com, clicked that link that says I'm not in the US, and Guess what? A link to hulu.jp comes up. And when i punch that in WITHOUT A VPN/PROXY, it loads. But you only can have a trial, then you need a working credit card or paypal account to pay for it at $12.40 nz converted. and it looks like the same American shows, but I don't have a Credit Card, so I haven't got it as I have FourOnDemand for the shows I want to watch. So just letting you know
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  Reply # 864684 23-Jul-2013 21:51
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Let's you subscribe, takes a credit card, confirms it, lets you log in, queue items, but won't play them unless you are inside Japan!

Also content is severely out of date.

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  Reply # 864735 23-Jul-2013 23:02
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  Reply # 867084 27-Jul-2013 16:00
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Oh sorry. Maybe next time i should try things out. I was just pointing out, access to the hulu.jp site loads without a message, didn't know whether anything worked.
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