Accessing US Netflix unrestricted
- Watching BBC’s EPL match of the day, commercial free
- Surfing the web completely anonymously, without fear of your browsing history being scrutinised by the authorities.
- Encrypting every keystroke, click and password entered into your applications and browsers.
It’s all possible, and it’s remarkably easy.
All you need is a VPN, which stands for Virtual Private Network. Sounds techy, because it is, but the nuts and bolts of it are fairly simple to understand.
When you’re connected to a VPN your traffic is routed through a 3rd party in another part of the world. You connect to the VPN, select which city you’d like to browse the web from, and connect.
You can be surfing from Chicago within seconds. From that moment Google, Facebook and the US authorities think you’re just a regular resident of the Windy City, and provide access to the web as if you were a local (hence US Netflix being available).
VPNCity.com offers the perfect solution for your VPN needs
The service is affordable, from a few dollars per month. Their easy to use apps is available for every device you’ll ever need. Android, iOS, Windows, Chrome, Firefox, but not Blackberry… sorry Blackberry, you’re not a thing anymore.
For those that care about the more techy features, they also offer soft ether and Open VPN protocols. AND you benefit from the use of shadowsocks, which is a fancy way of continually moving your IP so you’re virtually untraceable online.
No other major VPN provider offers all these features.
VPNCity.com provides the ability to browse the web from over 60 cities dotting the globe as well as 24/7 support in multiple languages including Spanish, Chinese, Portugese, Polish and Russian.
Does a VPN slow down your internet?
Great question. The answer is “sometimes”, and only if you’re with a low cost, low value VPN provider that overloads their servers. VPNCity.com balances the throttle on each server to ensure your surfing speed remains closely aligned with your local internet connection.
100Mbps+ is absolutely possible while enjoying the security and freedom of being connected to VPNCity.
Is the use of a VPN legal?
Yes. The use of a VPN is legal across 99.9% of the globe. What you do when connected may not, however the authorities will have a difficult time tracking you down when your data is encrypted and all your traffic is routed through our remote servers.
Do VPN companies keep logs?
We can’t speak for the entire industry, VPNCity guarantees that they don’t hold any client data other than an email address and payment details. They don’t store any traffic data, so if the authorities do come knocking and request information, we are literally unable to help them.
Does VPNCity have a refund policy?
Yes! If you’re unhappy with the VPN or service in the first 7 days we’ll provide a full refund, no questions asked.
Do yourself a favour, and try VPNCity today. When you login, make sure you test our “streaming servers” for US Netflix. Here’s how you do it:
- Register, download and subscribe to VPNCity
- Click on the Streaming Servers option on the app
- Go to Netflix and login with your existing account
- Boom! You’ll see a world of content that wasn’t previously available when you logged in locally.
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You don’t even need a US Netflix account. Login using your Australian, Canadian, or NZ Netflix account, and provided you’re on the VPN, you’ll get access to the US library.
Register now at www.VPNCity.com