Today, some countries go over the board and start blocking all kinds of completely legitimate streaming platforms for TV shows and movies. But if you know your way around VPNs, this is not such a big problem.
A VPN is a piece of software that you use in order to cloak your activities online from others.
What to look for in a VPN for streaming?
The key word is “streaming”. You’ll need to make sure that the product you pick enables a sufficiently high download speed because otherwise you’ll linger in a “buffering hell” at such free streaming services.
Also, pay close attention to how well the anonymization function works because if it’s not good enough, then the sites might keep on showing as blocked from your location.
All popular VPNs offer a free 7-day trial, giving you the chance to test them out on your own.
And the monthly subscription fee oscillates around $10-$15 per month. So, if you’ve located a service that works fine for streaming purposes and prices itself around this range, you should pick it, as opposed to chasing a cheaper offer.