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    • stefano
    • By stefano 17th Apr 13, 3:04 PM
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    Watching BBC Iplayer abroad
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    • 17th Apr 13, 3:04 PM
    Watching BBC Iplayer abroad 17th Apr 13 at 3:04 PM
    I will be spending a month or so abroad, while recovering from an operation, and was wondering how I could access BBC iplayer contents whilst abroad.
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    • littlerock
    • By littlerock 16th Apr 15, 7:15 PM
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    I use tunnel bear VPN - it is a paid for service but very cheap and reliable. You can dial into the UK or the USA.
    • shaun from Africa
    • By shaun from Africa 10th Sep 15, 1:58 PM
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    I personally use specialized VPN of ZoogTV
    Originally posted by Farah2015
    Of course you do Farah.
    The "review" you posted on another website couldn't be more like a paid for advert if it tried.
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    • Msfarah
    • By Msfarah 16th Sep 15, 10:41 AM
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    You Think So?
    you think so shawn?.. i may sound like advertising but probably not. I'm just promoting what I am using because I'm sick of all VPN posts repeatedly pop up on lists o advertisements. why? because they have bunch of money to pay for advertisers? knowing the fact that they are not all good providers? so what's your problem with my post? I'm making my way to tell you that not all paid advertisement are good, they pay websites to promote what? their names with bad service? If your sick with my post, then ignore it. I'll tell the whole world what I wanna say. If ZoogTV then loves this, well thanks to you for taking a glance with my personal post.
    • danmoss79
    • By danmoss79 8th Oct 15, 6:50 PM
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    Search WATCHTELLY.COM , this will allow you to access BBC iPlayer abroad on any device.
    • fergus2015
    • By fergus2015 16th Feb 16, 10:40 PM
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    It is quite easy to watch BBC iPlayer abroad along with all of the other UK TV services like ITV & Channel 4 if you have a VPN running on your laptop, tablet or smart device. LAPTOPTELLY is pretty good for this as it actually is one of teh few I used when overseas that actually unblocked TV Catch-up.
    • pappa golf
    • By pappa golf 16th Feb 16, 10:44 PM
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    gosh , happy post resurrection batman!


    • rogermews
    • By rogermews 18th Sep 17, 12:09 PM
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    it is easy enough to access bbc when overseas if you have a reliable vpn connection on your devices connected to a uk server. i was using BBCIPLAYER.EU when i was over the channel last summer.
    • DCFC79
    • By DCFC79 27th Mar 18, 8:58 AM
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    You can easily watch with the help of a VPN. I am using ivacy vpn to bypass geo-restricted content. Like i watch ed Sherlock episode with vpn in Thailand.
    Originally posted by J.Nehru
    Why drag up an old thread to post that ?

    There's a much earlier thread to post on.
    • dogmaryxx
    • By dogmaryxx 9th Aug 18, 9:28 AM
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    You can get a complete guide from bestvpn .co on how to unblock and access BBC iPlayer form anywhere
    Originally posted by davidmichaels
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    BBC iPlayer uses geo-restrictions. Therefore, if you are located outside the US, it is imperative to use a VPN service. This way, you can bypass the regional restrictions and gain access to your favorite content.

    Always thought BBC iPlayer was UK based.
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