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  • danray
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    I been using laptoptellycom for Hulu/BBC etc online
    worth a look. Found link on MacRmrs 39.99 for yr laptoptellycom/january-offer.html

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  • ResLo
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    Unblock-us.com

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  • darrenprice
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    Dailytvtorrents.com is wkd for all uk us tv shows to download, I use PommyTV_com though for BBC iplayer / Hulu access though. One way or another you end up paying something to watch TV, worth it if you use it alot though I guess.

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  • petefinch
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    There seems to be hundreds of these VPN services about now, everyone is using them, not just for watching BBC anywhere but for privacy for downloading things. Laptop Telly is pretty fast for TV connections.

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  • rec
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    News: 50% of Netflix users connect through game consoles - ComputerAndVideoGames.com

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  • rec
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    Yeah you don't need a static IP - you'll just see the Unblock page appear when it does change and need to re-register.

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  • ResLo
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    So do I have to have a static IP, can I not just run the setup when/if my IP changes?

    Edit... WOOT!

    Dynamic IP is not a problem.
    The only limitation of dynamic IP's is that you'll need to visit http://check.unblock-us.com/ every time it changes.
    Web browser will be forwarded there automatically when you trying to access Netflix, Hulu & other supported sites, but you need to remember about this check when you watch movies on Roku, gaming consoles and other "browserless" devices and applications.

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  • mepm
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    private tracker = full speed from beginning to end regardless.

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  • rec
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    It more depends on how popular the file is, thus how many people are seeding it, the location of those seeds in relation to you, and each seed's upload speed.

    All of those factors are entirely redundant with Usenet as files are server hosted with 20-50 simultaneous connections available. Critically, you don't have to upload (i.e. share) any illegal data, and each connection down is highly encrypted.

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  • mepm
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    Originally posted by grandinferno View Post
    But they're slow and annoying.
    i get full speed on mine every time. must depend on where you get them from

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  • K_I_Z_A
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    Usenet and sickbeard ftw. Once again thanks to OD's awesomeness.

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  • rec
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    Usenet is free too, if you're with Node.

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  • grandinferno
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    But they're slow and annoying.

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  • mepm
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    torrents are free, so they work for me

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  • rec
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    And "aids".

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