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US Netflix in Australia: Viewers can access 5,000 movies and TV shows for just $2.47 per month

How you can watch US Netflix in Australia NOW: Cyber Monday deal will give you access to 5,000 movies and TV shows for just $2.47 per month

  • Australian Netflix subscribers can access the full U.S. library for $2.47 per month
  • PureVPN is offering viewers access to 5,000 American movies and TV shows
  • From $29.65 for 12 months, users can access US Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu

Australian Netflix subscribers can now access the full U.S. library for just $2.47 per month.

PureVPN is offering viewers Down Under access to the American streaming service, with more than 5,000 movies and TV shows to choose from.

With Cyber Monday in full swing, the online virtual private network service has slashed prices by up to 77 per cent on its yearly subscription plans.

From $29.65 for 12 months, users can access US Netflix, Amazon Prime, US Hulu, US HBO GO, US Disney+ and many more streaming services in Australia.

Australian Netflix subscribers can access the full U.S. library for $2.47 per month (file image)

How to watch US Netflix from Australia

You can watch US Netflix with a PureVPN in three easy steps:

1. Signup for PureVPN

2. Download and install PureVPN

3. Select US Server

All you have to do is simply sign up for a PureVPN, download and install the app on to your device and then select the US server. Users can also access other overseas libraries including the UK, Canada, Germany, Japan and France.

The VPN service, which has a 31-day money-back guarantee, works on most devices, including Windows, Mac, Android, iPhone, iPad, Chrome, Firefox and more.

Australian Netflix subscribers only receive a small fraction of movies and TV shows compared to the American version.

In recent years, thousands of Australian subscribers have turned to geo-blocking tools to convince the service they are viewing from the U.S. so they can tap into the larger library.

But many users have been blocked from accessing foreign versions of Netflix via virtual private network (VPN) technology, which alters their IP address.



Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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