It’s official – Netflix will be available down under on March 24, 2015. Residents in Australia and New Zealand will now join 53 million existing Netflix users and have access to hundreds of TV shows and movies on the most popular streaming service in the world. Netflix Chief Executive Officer, Reed Hastings, made the following statement in a recent press release:

“Many Aussies and Kiwis have heard a lot about Netflix over the years, and we’re all excited they’ll get to experience our unique blend of Netflix original content, local series and films, and popular movies and TV shows from around the world for a low monthly price”.

Of course, some people in Australia and New Zealand are already accessing Netflix by using VPN or proxy providers which let them reside in any country of their choice virtually and access the full scope of movies and TV shows that are offered by Netflix in that region.

Netflix provides different content in different countries. That means that even though you may now have Netflix in Australia you might still be unable to access the same movies and TV shows you can watch in Canada or Mexico. If you’re interested in being able to access the full scope of content offered by Netflix, make sure you set up an account with a DNS or proxy provider such as Unblock-Us.

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People from all over the world use proxy providers to watch unlimited, unrestricted movie and TV shows from anywhere in the world – and it’s not illegal.

See what all the hype is about – don’t miss out on your favorite movies and shows just because you can’t access them from your region.

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