How to watch Netflix from other regions?

kreiley

I have a Netflix account, so I’m not trying to get anything for free, but is there a way to access other regions Netflix libraries (Canada, UK, etc.) with a US account?

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ablake
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Hola Unblocker will let you access Netflix (and other websites) as if you are in another country. I have it on my laptop, but I’m pretty sure there is an Android client as well. I’ve only tried it on the MacBook though

jimlynch
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This video might be useful:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OW3ASLZiEE

"A small guide to how you can watch Netflix from other regions."

MAmmarNaeem
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VPN will help you out to access other geo-restricted sites with encryption. A vpn mask your ip accordingly. You can follow the list of top VPN services to get this job done effectively.

Peter Hansen
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Use a DNS service like Unlocator - it works on all devices and supports all regions. 

Steve Williams
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I travel a lot and have tried a bunch of different services.  VPNs help spoof the IP address to be local but they route all the traffic through the server so they aren't particularly reliable for video streaming if lots of people use the service. Proxy servers tend to be a better choice and have better performance. There are lots of out.  I personally have been using Media Hint for years.  Media Hint . It's easy to use and has been reliable for years.

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