April 10, 2014

Netflix when abroad

If you're travelling abroad this summer, you may be able to access Netflix on your tech, but don't expect it everywhere unless you have a VPN or an IP masker like MediaHint installed. 
Netflix is available currently in the following nations are served by Netflix: United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, United Kingdom, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland. More details can be found at http://netflix.fromabroad.org

6 comments:

The Unsung-Hero said...

Worth buying a VPN router ....that way all devices that connect wired or wireless can benefit .....not just the PC.

Jaunty said...

But would you really take your VPN router on holiday with you..

Nialli said...

How much TV do you watch on holiday? We tend to stay in apartments/villas and used to take a few DVDs with us, but now load up the iPad with iPlayer downloads and a few iTunes rentals but never get around to watching most of what we take. Netflix was great in Amsterdam but probably isn't worth the effort if your destination doesn't have native Netflix.

Jaunty said...

My MacbookAir is hooked into Unblock-US and is light and easy to take away, so if we have wifi we are good to go. Admittedly, Netflix (or iPlayer etc) is not used that much on holiday, but it is easier than down loading stuff before you go.

At home we use Apple TVs for Netflix, so don't need the router option.

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Mary Patric said...

Thanks for the article. I personally use the UnoTelly DNS option. It’s ideal for content streaming because unlike VPNs, there is no internet speed loss when using it.