Last week I received an Email from UnoTelly, the guys at the UnoTelly claimed that UnoTelly, which is a DNS service that lets you access Online Streaming TV channels. In other words, it’s an Online TV Service that bypasses Geographic Limitation. When I first heard about it I thought they were bluffing because I never heard of a service that lets you access your favourite channels which are particularly from other countries. Like. Well anyway they provided me with a Gold Account and asked me to do a review of their service. It’s been a week and I run several tests and stuff, in the start, I thought it was a joke. But after having access to their Gold account I must say they blew me away. I was surprised I could access all my favourite channels from the United States while I was in Asia.
What is UnoTelly?
Before proceeding any further with our UnoTelly Review let’s first talk about what UnoTelly is? We all have been to a point where on the Internet we try to access some specific sites and channels but we end up having a message “This content is not available in your country”. But what’s the reason behind it? There are two main reason either the country you’re living in have blocked all the material from those foreign channels or the channels you’re trying to access has limited its viewers to a specific area or region. UnoTelly is service that let you access all your favorite channels breaking all those geographic barriers and let you stream all those previously un-accessed videos.
In our Unotelly review, I first thought of the service that it only supports PC’s, but I was wrong. It covers a variety of Devices from Old Machines running Windows XP to newest gen PC’s running Windows 10 and more. And not just computers it supports every device that support DNS i.e. Smartphones, consoles etc. A little review of the devices supported are PC’s (running Windows, Mac OSX, Linux etc), Smartphones and tablets (running Android and iOS), Modern day consoles i.e PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Wii etc and not to forgot every smart TV service provider i.e. LG Smart TV, Boxee box, Google TV, Apple TV etc. You can access the full list here.
How Does It Works?
Of all the important thing while doing UnoTelly Review, I was aware of the fact that there will be this questions in the mind of the reader how does this service actually works? Yeah that’s right as mentioned earlier Unotelly is DNS based service. So when you’re trying to access a U.S based site lets say Netflix, using Unotelly services it tricks them believing them you’re accessing their site within the U.S. Which if you look from one perspective is also true because the site is been accessed within the U.S from UnoTelly network.
What UnoDNS does, it creates a tunnel or a bridge between your network and their servers and your request to the Netflix servers are transferred through their servers which are U.S based so yeah you can access. But wait there’s one more question, I know you’re thinking of will this DNS stuff affect my normal browsing or will my search results will be redirected to U.S. Well the answer to that question is a big NO! That is what great about UnoDNS is that it will target only those specific sites which are in
What UnoDNS does, it creates a tunnel or a bridge between your network and their servers and your request to the Netflix servers are transferred through their servers which are U.S based so yeah you can access. But wait there’s one more question, I know you’re thinking of will this DNS stuff affect my normal browsing or will my search results will be redirected to U.S. Well the answer to that question is a big NO! That is what great about UnoDNS is that it will target only those specific sites which are in it’s database your other browsing experience won’t be affected.
Aside from UnoDNS, UnoTelly also offers UnoVPN. We all know what VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) are, but what’s the need to UnoVPN when UnoDNS is available? We all know that using those free VPNs is a risky thing it same as we are accessing our Payoneer or PayPal account on a public Free Wi-Fi where we know our credentials might get save. But UnoTelly promises to keep your thing, after all, your paying for it.
Along with UnoDNS and UnoVPN, there is one more feature UnoTelly has to offer which is known as UnoDynamo or more specifically Dynamo. So what Dynamo is? It a exclusive service of UnoTelly which allows you to access or switch between different region of the same service. For example, you can access both Netflix US and Netflix Canada using Dynamo.
Well of course, all these features cost you a little money i.e. The Premium Plan costs $4.95 per month cover only UnoDNS while the Gold Plan, costs $7.95 per month but also provide UnoVPN services. Also you can check it by using Free-Trail. You can sign here for the Trail.
While doing UnoTelly Review, I was surprise to see that currently UnoTelly supports up to 390+ channels worldwide and the number tends to increase. Some of the most demanding channels are Netflix(all regions), Pandora, Amazon, Hulu+ Spotify, Disney channel, BBC iPlayer, History channel, Lovefilm, Zattoo (all regions)and Channel 4 oD. You can see all the channel by visiting the site from here.
After using UnoTelly for a week and testing all the awesome services it has to provide, the only struggle you’ll have to make is while setting it up. Yeah that’s right setting up UnoTelly might be a little hard for people who are are a little old fashioned though what we meant by the struggle is that it will take a moments of your life installing it i.e 5-10mins. You can follow UnoTelly easy guide for each device on their page. The guide explains everything like it did in the gallery below for Windows 8.
Summing it all up we have to say that UnoTelly is one of the best services out there which let you watch your favourite channel or show anywhere in the World. It’s fast and reliable with unlimited Bandwidth. Moreover, you can choose between 390+ channels which is great and all this stuff comes at a reliable price.