A lot of people shift from country to country now days and among those people are a great deal of Netflix users. Now, having paid for the service and having probably gotten addicted to the many hours of joy it can provide, a lot of people shifting to new countries may discover that they can't stream episodes of their beloved television series or their favorite movies and this, of course, makes people sad and annoyed.
Cutting to the chase here, you're all wondering how to get back on your Netflix accounts from another country and I have the answer: UnoDNS. What is UnoDNS? Well, you can head to the website given at the bottom of this article or you can hear the summary from me: it's a website dedicated to helping people get back on their favorite channels, websites, etc. from countries where they are disallowed or not run in. It works on numerous devices and if you sign up for a free trial, you'll see it works on things from PCs and Laptops all the way to game consoles. Basically, it teaches you to set up your device to use a DNS from countries like US and Canada (basically countries where Netflix works, in this case) so that it can make any website you visit think that you're in the country of your DNS! Simple, really.
So that being said, head on to the website and get your free trial. The service can cost as low as $5 a month and you'll still get great bandwith and service out of that much money! Well, that's all for now! I hope you have fun going through your Netflix videos and if you encounter and errors or complications, please leave me a comment in the comments section and I will reply ASAP.
Link to website: http://www.unotelly.com/