How to Watch Amazon Prime With NordVPN

You wake up one morning and decide to check out the latest movies and shows on Netflix. You’ve heard about their expansive catalog, and you think it might be a good fit for your coffee-loving, multi-tasking self. You cancel your weekend plans, put on your favorite Netflix show, and settle in for the ride. But after only two minutes of the show’s premiere, the streaming service’s infamous adverts come on, and a large white bar comes up across the screen. You’re not surprised by this since you’ve read numerous horror stories about users getting charged unexpectedly by Netflix or other content providers. You quickly discover that there’s no choice but to watch the ads if you want to continue using the service, and you decide that’s not what you want right now. Frustrated, you try to leave the site, but the damn ads won’t let you. In fact, they appear to be everywhere.

You search frantically for a way to stop the ads, but there are none. Frustrated, you try watching another show. This time the ads don’t even come on right at the start. After about 10 minutes, however, all of a sudden a big white bar appears on the screen, and you’re pushed back into an uncomfortably long session of commercials.

Sound familiar? You’ve probably experienced something similar while using other VPN services. VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) are a great way to keep your personal information secure while browsing the web, or using any other application that connects to the internet. Their popularity has soared in recent years, thanks in part to their ability to unblock popular websites and services like Netflix, so that you can use them without fear of getting charged by a content provider. Essentially, a VPN protects your online activity by routing your connection through several different servers, thus making it harder for websites and services to track your activity. Your personal data is then encrypted, so it’s inaccessible to third parties including content providers and government agencies.

NordVPN is a well-known VPN service, and it’s quite popular with gamers, content creators, and individuals who watch anime and other TV shows online. Today we’re going to show you how to use the NordVPN app to unblock BBC iPlayer, so that you can enjoy all of BBC’s shows, whether or not you subscribe.

How To Use NordVPN To Watch BBC iPlayer

Step one: Open the NordVPN app. You’ll see the company’s typical blue and white logo at the top, with an option to click on the menu button to reach the app’s main screen. You’ll also see a green button at the bottom of the screen, which is currently set to VPN Mode. You can change the setting to OpenVPN (most secure) or PPTP (most convenient) if you’d like.

Step two: Enter your email address and choose a password for your account. The app will then ask you to confirm your email. Next, you’ll see a list of countries where the service is active, and is therefore able to help with the iPlayer unblock. Choose Britain from the list if you’re based in the UK, or any other country from the list if you’re outside of Europe. Once you’ve chosen your country, click on the blue button to go to the next step. It’s important to note that you will need to have a VPN connection in order to use the iPlayer, and you should turn off any VPN software that you’re already using, before doing so.

Step three: You’ll be presented with a warning that you’re about to leave the EU (European Union). If you’re entering Britain, you’re good to go. If you’re traveling overseas, you might want to consider staying in country to avoid any uncertainty regarding your location.

Step four: You’ll be presented with a screen where you can enter a code that will activate your free trial of the service. This code can be found on the small white box that came with your new NordVPN account. Enter the code now to activate your account.

Step five: You’ll be asked to enter your credit card information to complete the transaction. Enter the last four digits of the card you’ll use to make the payment (Visa, Mastercard, or American Express). You’ll also need to provide an email address, which will then be used to send you a receipt and to inform you of any updates to the service. Once you’ve entered your credit card information, click on the blue button to continue to the next step.

Step six: You’ll need to set up a username and password for the NordVPN app. This step presents you with a list of options. You can use your email address as the username, and either of the following passwords: 12345678, or 987654321 (space bar) for the password. If you use one of the default options, 12345678 or 987654321, you won’t need to provide a separate piece of advice for the app to remember your login information. Simply log in with your email and enter your password when prompted. Once you’ve entered your password, click on the blue button to continue. Note: If you run into any problems, click on “Help” at the bottom of the app’s main screen. Someone will then be able to help you troubleshoot any connectivity issues.

Step seven: You’ll be presented with a list of devices that the service is compatible with. Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac are all supported, but you’ll need to decide whether or not you want to download the app to each one. If you own some of these devices and want to use them, go ahead and download the app to each one. If you don’t own any of these devices but would like to use the service, consider buying an inexpensive VPN router (we recommend the Netgear Orbi wireless mesh router), and using the service through that.

Step eight: You’ll be prompted to confirm your decision to continue. If you’re happy to download and use the app on all of the devices you’ve selected, click on the blue button to continue. If you’d like the service to only work on selected devices, click on the orange button to cancel and return to the previous screen.

Step nine: You’ll be taken to a screen where you can provide your feedback on the product. If you’ve read our review, you’ll know that we’re a bit torn about the service. On the one hand, it’s great to see more and more VPN services focused on the user experience, and trying to improve connections and usability. On the other hand, we’re not convinced that the ads are worth it. Despite this, we encourage readers to leave feedback, as it helps us improve our product and services. If you’re stuck in Poland due to the government’s internet censorship, you can also leave feedback about the Polska Gość website, which is currently blocked by the country’s “blacklisted” websites.

Step ten: You’ll be taken back to the main menu, where you can click on the settings icon to reach the app’s settings page. Here you can change various parameters like the app’s name, how it should be displayed on the menu, where its icon should be placed on the home screen, and more. You can also decide whether or not you want to hide the app’s ads, and whether or not you want to allow notifications when new servers are added. Click on the blue button to continue to the next step.

Step eleven: Choose “General” from the left menu, and then click on the link next to “Authors.” You’ll see a list of all the content providers that the service is licensed to work with. Select “BBC iPlayer.”

Step twelve: Click on the “+” sign next to “Allow Streaming,” and then click on the orange button to save your changes.

Step thirteen: That’s it! If you use the service on all of the devices you’ve selected, the BBC iPlayer should now be working without any problems. If, however, you use the service on some devices and not others, then you’ll need to repeat these steps on each device individually. You can also let us know if you have any issues in the comments below.

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