The problem is you live in Germany but you want to watch NetFlix, maybe you live in Canada and you want Spotify. Maybe you live in the US but you’re traveling abroad and you want to watch shows from your Hulu account. The solution in the past has been to use a VPN which can be slow and untrustworthy. The new solution is DirectDNS from UnoTelly.
UnoTelly DirectDNS uses advanced algorithm to allow high-speed Direct Connection to media providers – bypassing the middle-man. This means very little speed-loss due to rerouting. Whatever speed you have on your modem is whatever speed you will receive. UnoTelly DirectDNS™ supports all computer system, mobile devices, home theatre devices, and routers. This means no matter if you want to watch Netflix USA on Xbox 360 or BBC, UnoTelly DirectDNS™ will work flawlessly.
For example, if you have a valid Netflix account, UnoTelly allows you to access over 50+ geo-restricted channels regardless of where you live. (Here is an primer of signing up for a Netflix account from outside the US.) Another example is if you receive a Spotify invite, you can sign up for an account with access to their huge library of music. People inside of the US can stream free and paid restricted channels from the UK and other countries, such as the BBC iPlayer, Channel4 – 4oD and Demand 5.
I was able to use my Laptop at the office and my home Mac Pro, and my mobile devices on the home network, including my connected PS3 and watch the BBC Web site and their streaming content with no delay that I had when I tested the BBC Web site with my favorite VPN and proxy. I was not able to test the Netflix and Amazon Live and the other claims that UnoTelly promised since I never left the USA to test it, but from the friends I talked to that used this service, they claimed that it worked as advertised.
You have to understand that UnoDNS is not a method to pirate these services, you must still be signed up for Hula, Netflix, Pandora, Rhapsody, etc. But, once you have signed up, you can rest easy in the knowledge that wherever you travel, you’ll be able to receive the “Full Monty” of services, not the country to country ala carte choices.
I also liked the idea that by using UnoDNS you can protect your privacy and block unwanted spam through their “TripleSafe” service. TripleSafe eliminates all DNS poisoning, replacing spam and ad pages with the old-fashioned “Browser Cannot Find the Page” message. I also liked the setup system they have online to get your computer or mobile device, even your router working with UnoTelly. It’s not the easiest process for many Mac users, but if you follow the steps laid out for you, you’ll get it up and running in 10 minutes.
Finally, UnoDNS has a FamilyShare plan that features multiple log-ins across multiple devices, ensuring that no one misses out on their favorite content. Share access with as many people on the same network as you need.
The service works on PC’s, Macs, and Linux, PS3, Xbox, Wii, Roku systems along with mobile devices. Prices are month to month starting at $4.95 and it gives you 8 Gold Free Trial. If you fit any of the above scenarios, then give UnoTelly a try and let me know what you think about the service. I can really see the benefit, especially if you travel abroad often.