Getflix | Price, features and plans

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About Getflix

No prizes will be awarded for guessing which service Getflix are interested in connecting you with. Getflix is a VPN that specialises in connecting users with streaming video services that would otherwise be blocked. To be technical, it’s called Geo-blocking, and Getflix, like all other VPN providers, gets around it by re-routing your internet through a server in a different country, making the internet think you’re somewhere you’re not.

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What are Getflix’s pricing and plans?

Here are details of the Getflix plans and pricing. All new users will also get access to a 14-day free trial. It’s about as easy as that. Very well priced and plenty of options for commitment periods.

Note: All prices are in US dollars.

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Prices last checked August 2017

What are the benefits of using Getflix?

Getflix is very specific (hence the name) on getting you access to online video streaming services, so if that’s what you’re after then they might be the right fit for you.

How do I setup Getflix?

Getflix is easy to use, but the set up varies greatly depending on which device you want the service for. Thankfully, their website has really clear, easy to follow guides, so no matter which device you want Getflix on, there will be someone there to talk you through how to do it.

What operating systems can you use Getflix on?

Getflix is available on everything from the usual suspects (Windows, Mac and Android etc) to lesser used plug ins like Apple TV and Roku, and many of the latest generation of games consoles.

What are the pros and cons of Getflix?

  • Built for streaming
  • Variety of payment options
  • 24/7 support
  • Concerns about Netflix legal action
  • Setup is a little complicated

They’re built around streaming, and since that is one of the most popular uses of VPNs, that is a huge tick in their column. Their website, however, is quite complicated and details a lot of information about what is and what isn’t available on certain devices. So if you know exactly what you want to watch with your VPN, then I would take a look at their website and make sure that what you want is completely covered.

What is a VPN and how does it work?

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a way to allow internet users to access content that is restricted by their location. In the case of Getflix, it can be used to access the US version of Netflix. It does this by re-routing your devices Internet Protocol (IP) address, through a server in a different country, which basically makes the internet believe you are in that country. It has a few other benefits outside accessing location restricted content, including increased security and no tracking.

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