Published On: Tue, Dec 25th, 2012

Unblock The World With Just A Click, UnoTelly

Who hasn’t wished to watch channels like Netflix, HBO, National Geographic and MTV at his home? Especially with the brand new TV shows creating hype all across the globe for channels like ABC and AMC HD, it is almost impossible to resist the temptation of having these channels in your home. Even if you are not living in the USA, there is nothing to worry about because UnoTelly allows you to watch thousands of TV shows with a clickable button and UnoDNS enables you to watch your favorite TV channels from anywhere you live, and on any devices you have.

What is UnoTelly?

Basically UnoTelly is a DNS-based system that has been designed for people living all over the globe. The system gives them access to their favorite TV channels, no matter what part of the world they live in and no matter what device they have; there are absolutely no restrictions of any kind. So now you do not need to wait for your favorite TV show episode to be uploaded online or for your cable operator to buy it, you can watch it with the rest of the world, right when it is aired on the Television.

What devices are compatible with UnoTelly?

Not only does UnoTelly bypass all sorts of geographical limitations, but it also provides you the freedom of choice where you can view your favorite channels and TV shows on whatever device you have. You do not need to get restricted to a television now, because with UnoTelly, you can watch whatever you like on your PC, Mac, Linux, iPhone, iPad, PS3, Wii, iTouch, Android devices, XBOX 360, Playbook, Roku, WD TV live, Google TV, OpenElec, Boxee box, Apple TV, LG smart TV, XBMC, Sony TV and players, Samsung TV, Panasonic VIERA and even on DD-WRT. So no matter what Phone, TV or Tablet you have, your favorite shows are always a click away.

What channels are being offered by UnoTelly?

When it comes to availability of the channels, UnoTelly gets unbelievably amazing. With over 125 channels to offer, UnoTelly does not fail to impress people from all over the world. HuluPlus, Discovery Channel, Disney, CWTV, Cartoon Network, FOX networks, BBC, Animal Planet, Nickelodeon, Universal Sports, you name a channel and UnoTelly has it ready for you.

How to set up UnoTelly?

You can easily subscribe for a free 8-day trial, and once you plan to get the service permanently, it can easily be set up. You can simply visit “http://www.unotelly.com/quickstart2/” and find the guide on how to install UnoTelly on whatever device you have. There is no such thing as a ‘Middle-man’ in UnoTelly, so the speed with which you stream is unimaginably fast.

What other features does UnoTelly offer?

If you purchase the Gold subscription for UnoTelly, you are given VPN as a bonus gift, which allows you to continue streaming your favorite shows and watch your most-liked TV channels even through 3G and 4G networks. So even when you are traveling and do not have access to WiFi, you can still stay up to date with your TV shows.  So whether it is ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy or Revenge, Showtime’s Dexter or Homeland, AMC’s Breaking Bad or The Walking Dead, or any other TV show you are addicted to, you will never have to miss on an episode with UnoTelly. Moreover, provided you and your friend have the same UnoTelly and channel’s (e.g. Netflix) account, you both can separately watch the same channel and TV show at the same time. So there is no restriction of multiple usages either. What more can you possibly get?

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  1. Mark says:

    I took the free trial of UnoTelly and now I am trying to take a Netflix free trial too. Does anyone know how to subscribe to Netflix without US credit card?

  2. GLO says:

    Hi,

    sounds great

    Are there any 25% off unotelly discount codes?

  3. Bill says:

    You can subscribe to Netflix in your country, and then go through UnoTelly and it’ll open up Netflix USA. With Hulu, you enter in a US address, but can use your credit card still.

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