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."

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

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