Netflix classic Dr who

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by possum, Jul 28, 2014.

  1. possum

    possum Guest

    Search "classic" and classic Dr Who comes up.
    Almost all the original episodes from the 60's,
    70's, and 80's you missed and always wanted
    to see. Now you can.
     
    possum, Jul 28, 2014
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  2. If you use VPN and access Netflix on a UK server
    you can get a lot of newer movies the US Netflix
    wont get for a long time. The selection of older
    movies is also better.
     
    alien from planet x, Nov 4, 2014
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  3. possum

    NotMe Guest

    How doe one go about setting that up?
     
    NotMe, Nov 10, 2014
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  4. You have to locate a company that has VPN servers that will terminate
    somewhere in the UK.

    You can use commercial companies like "Private Internet Access" found at
    www.privateinternetaccess.com/‎ or choose one of the many free services
    that show up when you do a Google search for "us to uk vpn free".

    The VPN tunnel goes from your local PC to a server that the VPN tunnel
    company controls. They in turn will continue the tunnel to a server
    they have in the country you want to troll around in such as the UK.

    You have to pick and choose to find a VPN provider, free or paid, that
    has access from your local country and has servers in the country you
    want to access.
     
    GlowingBlueMist, Nov 11, 2014
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  5. possum

    miso Guest

    On my list is to get one of those free (OK, trial) Amazon cloud accounts.
    There are instruction on the internet how to use it as a VPN in additional
    to whatever else you want to do with it. Amazon can handle multiple
    countries.

    This is just some random hit on how to set one up. It may not be the best example.
     
    miso, Nov 11, 2014
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