About bloody time too. Although the service is a bit poo now, so it's a bit too late in that respect.
To get the US Netflix, you have to change your DNS to a US based one.
These sites offer that service: Tunlr (FREE), Unblock-Us., UnoDNS and Playmo
Q: What are they?
A: DNS services that allow your mass produced media consumption device appear to be accessing certain websites from America.
Q: It's stopped working with my mass produced media consumption device.
A: Register an email address with whichever one you're using, or pay.
Q: It's a week-long trial, what's the point?
A: It only runs for a week on PCs and Macs. All other devices seem to be able to use it indefinitely. Or not. See above.
Q: Is there much more on US Netflix?
Q: How do I use it?
A: Click here for guides on all devices.
Q: What's the best way to use it?
A: Put the DNS settings into your router as per the guides on the site. That way all devices on your network can use it without additional messing about.
Q: What other American sites will it let me access?
A: Here's a list.
Q: Do I have to change my IP back to use other services?
A: No, it only effects and reroutes the specific sites that it supports (Netflix, Hulu, etc). You don't need to swap it back and forth unless you want to access the UK Netflix site.
Q: Does this make my internet slower?
A: No, it uses a local DNS server for everything other than the supported sites.
Q: Does Netflix have this HBO show?
A: No, you'll be wanting HBO Go which you should be able to access as well.
Q: Does Netflix have this show?
A: Look for yourself.
Q: I'm pro and don't need pandering to, just give me the DNS IPs.
A: Right on.
Tunrl - check the site as they often change the DNS IPs.
Edited by Dirtbox at 09:52:49 31-08-2012
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