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UnoDNS from UnoTelly lets you access region-blocked services from wherever you are

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Author: Maria Montoro  

We've been using UnoTelly's UnoDNS service for a few months now, and we couldn't have been more pleased and surprised. It took us less than 5 minutes to configure it on our computers, and without losing connection speed, we were able to seamlessly watch US-only video streaming services while in Europe.

Unotelly Subscription (Get Netflix, Hulu, and more overseas!)

We were also able to watch all the London Olympics events live from UK streaming services from here in the United States. No more "Sorry, this content is not available in your region" messages. Definitely appreciated. Other region-blocked online content we tested was readily accessible too. I had tried proxy connections before with little luck, as the Internet speeds achieved that way are never enough to access the content you need. It was a shocker to see UnoTelly's service doesn't affect the connection.

Unotelly Subscription (Region-blocked online content access from overseas)

Also, the ability to use country-specific services like Xbox LIVE from wherever you are makes it extremely appealing for gamers. No longer do you have to give up your US / UK Xbox account while overseas, and if you are not from the US but would like to take advantage of what US / UK accounts have to offer, you can do it too. You just apply the desired UnoDNS settings to your console, sign up for a LIVE account from the US / UK, and you're good to go. This actually works!

Unotelly Subscription (US Xbox LIVE overseas)

They offer plenty of tutorials to setup the different devices you may have, so there are plenty of options for what you can do, and it's not all just about UK and US content. If you want to use services from other countries too, all you have to do is connect to a different global network. They even have PC software, UnoHelper, which lets you make this kind of changes and switch the service on and off easily.

Unotelly Subscription (UnoDNS Global Network)

So you get the idea. Below are some of the channels you'll be able to access from wherever you are, as long you're not using a public Internet connection. For 4-5 dollars a month, it's a no-brainer. No more slow proxy server connections, and you can use it on your PC, your iPad, phone, game consoles, almost anything you want. To be honest, I think this is the real deal. I don't mean to sound like an advert, but I was impressed with the offering, so I figured I'd let you know in case this is something you may want.

Unotelly Subscription (UnoDNS Global Channels)

Posted on: 12/13/2012 | ? Comments
Tags: UnoTelly, UnoDNS, Xbox LIVE, Xbox 360, PSN, PS3, Wii, iPad, Proxy, DNS, Global, Internet, Region-locked, Services, Connection, Technology, Tech news, Gadgets, Review
Maria Montoro

An enthusiast of gaming adventures as well as party and puzzle games. Writer, editor, translator, graphics designer, and a multitasker at heart. Maria has worked in the gaming industry since 2007, though she's been a gamer since the eighties. She proudly wore her Spain jersey when they won the 2010 World Cup!

The views of GameDynamo's writers are not necessarily the views of the website as a whole. However, we support freedom of speech and enjoy diverse opinions about video games. Hopefully you do too!


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