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Master Geek


  # 572439 23-Jan-2012 16:58
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BraaiGuy:
ferg_nz: 

I find if i want to use NetFlix/Hulu/BBC Iplayer I connect to USA- Seattle 1 (UK TV) and it allows access to them with out having to change all the time.


Are you using a PS3 or is this on your PC? Did you register for Hulu+? 

Will try and install the BBC iPlayer on my PS3 and see what happens.  


I am just using my PC and only using the Standard Service from hulu 

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Ultimate Geek


  # 572558 23-Jan-2012 22:55
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To watch Netflix (which is only available in Canada and the US), I just change the server to a US or Canada one. If I want to watch Vidzone for example (which is not supported in the US), its just changing it to a NZ one. You would do the same thing for Iplay and use a UK Astril VPN server.



Netflix is also available in the UK since a week or two ago and since I have a uk credit card I have signed up to it for the time I am over here.

5.99 pounds a month

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