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UnoTellyWhat is UnoTelly?

UnoTelly is a DNS (Domain Name System) that bypasses location settings and allows one to access streaming channels that are geographically restricted. It enables you to break free from the bonds of location and take advantage of all the great streaming services around the globe. It will let you access blocked streaming channels like Netflix, Hulu, BBC iPlayer and more from anywhere allowing you to watch free online movies and TV shows online. 

UnoTelly is not a VPN (Virtual Private Network). The primary difference between UnoDNS and traditional VPN services is you will have a much faster connection needed for streaming video compared to VPN services. Unlike VPNs and other solutions, there is no “middle-man”. As a result, you can stream directly from the streaming media station (ie. Netflix, BBC iPlayer) with your full bandwidth.  UnoTelly users can stream content on almost any internet connected device (tablets, Video Game consoles, Smart TV’s and many more).  In contrast, the majority of VPN services can only be used on a PC or Mac.

UnoTelly has also developed a unique feature called UnoDNS Dynamo that lets users switch between channel regions. For example, with a US Netflix account, you will be able to stream from any of the 10 regions supported in Netflix (within the same account).

A word about bandwidth limits and port speeds; The developer tells us that by using UnoDNS there is absolutely no bandwidth limit and your streaming speed stays the same as when you’re not using their service. This can be verified by performing an internet speed test.

UnoTelly raises the question, “Is It Legal?”  The developer says, “It’s legal, but perhaps a moral grey area.” Currently using a DNS to watch content is legal and the benefits to your viewing experience can be significant. There are currently 330 unlocked channels you can watch. The owners of a movie or TV series sell the rights based on location. So while you get to watch Family Guy for example on the US version of Netflix, its not yet available on the UK version. There are a number of possible reasons for this; The deal might be pending or there may be an exclusive contract with another service provider in that region, or Netflix has chosen not to lay out the cash to show it in that location. UnoTelly bypasses these regional blockades.  Cupertinotimes is not making any moral or ethical judgements either way. Since this technology exists, and is currently legal and it is of interest to our readership, it is presented here for your information.  You will need to make any moral or ethical judgments for yourself.

UnoTelly is not platform or device specific. It covers the vast majority of devices, from iPhones to Windows and Mac computers, to PS3’s and hundreds of routers.  There is no app to download or install.  Just follow the simple instructions for your specific device to edit the DNS.

Anyone can try UnoDNS Gold free for 8 Days.  After the free trial is over, a user must subscribe to either their Premium or Gold package to continue using the service. Both Premium and Gold DNS packages are currently priced below $5 per month and have access to all the DNS supported channels. The only difference is that the Gold package includes a bonus UnoVPN service. You can use the VPN to access any US / UK websites not supported by the DNS service yet. The bonus VPN will also allow users to download Android apps from the UK and US Google Play store.

Some of the hottest channels for streaming movies and TV shows from UnoTelly include:

  •    Netflix (all regions via Dynamo)
  •    Hulu Plus
  •    BBC iPlayer
  •    HBO Nordic
  •    Spotify
  •    Amazon Instant
  •    en.beinsports.net
  •    nowtv.com

Some of the channels mentioned above require a monthly subscription.

For a complete channels list visit https://www2.unotelly.com/.

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Carmine Delligatti-Drummer, former Support Manager for Deneba Software, ACD Systems, Mareware, Inc. and Swiss Made Marketing. Avid technology blogger and Managing Editor of Cupertinotimes.com.