Review: UnoTelly by UnoDNS – Watch Netflix, Hulu, VEVO, BBC iPlayer and 70 more blocked channels from anywhere you are.

Review: UnoTelly by UnoDNS – Watch Netflix, Hulu, VEVO, BBC iPlayer and 70 more blocked channels from anywhere you are.
November 29 12:42 2013 Print This Article

Anyone ever wanted to watch VEVO in Germany, but you were blocked by GEMA restrictions? Cimorelli fans, this applies to you, I know. Or maybe, you are like me in Canada, and a total music lover wanting Spotify. The solution is here with UnoTelly by UnoDNS. UnoTelly is the only true company that really kicks the llama’s ass by providing you a massive amount of accessible channels, that normally you wouldn’t be able to access based on where you live.

To begin with, UnoDNS is a DNS based service, not a VPN. What their service does is that it will let you access blocked channels like Netflix, Hulu,  BBC iPlayer and more, from anywhere you are with the press of a button.

Here are their supported channels list: http://www.unotelly.com/unodns/channels

The basic difference between UnoDNS and traditional VPN services is that by using their service, you will have a much faster connection for streaming video compared to VPN services, very fast that is. That’s because unlike VPNs and other solutions, with their service there is no “middle-man” and as a result, you can stream directly from the streaming media station (ie. Netflix, BBC iPlayer) with your full internet speed.  As such, with their service users can stream content on almost any internet connected device (tablets, consoles, Smart TV’s and many more),  in contrast of VPN’s that the majority of them can be used only on PC and Mac.

It’s so easy to use and just so quick, I really can’t say how simple it is and how fast it is, I am shocked at how fast it is.

How easy is it to use? Really easy, don’t believe me? Check out their tutorial:

Windows: http://help.unotelly.com/support/solutions/folders/29878

Mac: http://help.unotelly.com/support/solutions/articles/9450-mac-osx

Other devices: http://help.unotelly.com/support/home

UnoDNS also developed a unique feature called UnoDNS Dynamo that lets users switch between channel regions. For example, with a US Netflix account, you will be able to stream from any of the 10 regions of Netflix available (with the same account).

You can find more information here: http://help.unotelly.com/solution/articles/42688-using-dynamo-dns-for-netflix-region-picker-and-other-channels-

Related to subscribing options, any user can try UnoDNS Gold for free for 8 Days. The free 8 Day free trial is available here: http://www.unotelly.com/unodns/signup. After the free trial is over, a user must subscribe to either their Premium or their Gold package to continue using their service. Both Premium and Gold DNS packages have access to all the DNS supported channels.

The only difference is that the Gold package includes a bonus UnoVPN service. You can use the VPN to access any US / UK websites not supported by the DNS service yet. The bonus VPN will also let users download Android apps from the UK and US Google Play store, YES! Lastly, if you travel, like me, UnoVPN can provide you great value because it will let you access blocked channels under 3G/4G and Hotel internet connections. Oh, MGM Hotels is going to kill me at CES 2014 in a few weeks, hahaha!

In regards to downtime, because UnoTelly is a commercial service, it’s 99.999% up. They  achieve that with their 22 Global DNS servers: http://www.unotelly.com/unodns/global . They have 22 globals servers available worldwide for 2 reasons:

1)  Users can pick a server closest to their physical location for better performance.

2) In case that there is an outage in one of the servers, users can immediately switch to another server and continue using our service without interruptions.

Overall, I very highly recommend using UnoTelly and subscribing to their Gold package. I’m going to give UnoTelly a 5/5 rating, I was just extremely impressed with how fast and easy it is. Don’t believe me, try it and see, you’ll be very impressed. {rating}

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Jonathan Yaniv
Jonathan Yaniv

Jonathan is the founder and editor-in-chief of TrustedNerd.com. Covering major tech shows such as CES, Jonathan is always there for the latest tech news. Want your gadget to be reviewed or have a release you’d like to be considered for publishing? Send Jonathan an email, jonathan [at] trustednerd.com

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