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QUESTION: How can I trick my browser into thinking it's in the States? (want American Netflix)

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  1. https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/
    this is what i use

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  2. download the media hint add-on (you have to download it from their website and no the add-on section of chrome or firefox)

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    1. I use this too. Sometimes it decides to stop working, but just delete and add it again.

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  3. Unblock-us.com gives u a US zipcode

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  4. Hola add-on. But beware..... the options are endless on American Netflix!

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    1. +1 for Hola extension, but I have no opinion about Netflix

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    2. Hola unblocker is AMAZING, i use it for netflix and pandora for awesome playlists :)

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  5. The Mediahint chrome extension is good, it occasionally goes down, but it is pretty reliable, and free. No ads. The only way to switch between US and Canada though is by going into your extension settings and turning it off, and it is kind of a hassle.

    I recently started using Hola. It is pretty good too, and free, however there are ads. The ads are only really a bother during my normal internet browsing though and not when I am trying to watch Netflix, so I just turn Hola off while not watching Netflix. I also have adblock, so the occasional time that Hola does load an ad before I try to watch a show, it just comes up as a blank page and I just click back and it goes to my show. The thing that I like about Hola is the ability to easily switch between a Canadian, US, and UK VPN. You just click the little Hola icon beside your website adress bar and you can pick which one you want, and turn Hola on and off.

    Both are decent.

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  6. There are youtube vids to show you how to do this

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  7. http://ultrasurf.us/

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