UnoTelly Review: Living a Cord Cutter’s Life Comfortably

Internet and the World Wide Web have totally changed our lives by changing how we do even basic of the things. The list is getting better and better with the constant evolution of internet. Another usage of internet these days is watching TV shows, Movies and more at one’s convenience on the internet. Yes, you heard it right, increasingly people are cutting their cable connections to TV and going online for their dose of entertainment. But the main question is what the sources are for watching them? These can range from free sources like YouTube, Hulu to paid memberships for Netflix, etc. Unfortunately, apart from few countries like United States of America, many of these websites aren’t even accessible from other regions. Moreover, the websites allows region specific content only, which means if someone is visiting Netflix from UK, then they will not be able to watch content that’s available to US viewers and vice-versa.

UnoTelly

But as they say nothing is impossible and that’s even truer when it comes to today’s technology. UnoTelly can help one watch all the content they want to watch from any place in the world and we bring to you its review:

What is it?

In simple words, UnoTelly is a website which cuts off all the restrictions and lets user visit blocked websites in their country. This means not just websites like Netflix, but popular music streaming websites like Spotify and Rdio and others, all of them can be visited with its use. Here’s a list of channels which are compatible with UnoTelly-

UnoTelly Channels

How it works?

Usually people tend to use freely available proxies to visit websites blocked in their area, but this is a trial and error method and more importantly not secure. It also makes the internet connection very slow. Another option is to use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) which allows one to change their internet settings in such a manner that one’s region is changed to other country and thus they’re not blocked. But this method has a problem of slowing down the internet.

UnoTelly DNS

Although UnoTelly also provides VPN solution, its special and useful feature is the use of a DNS allowing one to visit just about any website. The UnoTelly website offers the user easy way to find the DNS of nearest place they’re living in and user can manually change that in the internet settings or download UnoHelper application on Windows and Mac. This capability is not just limited to PC as one can apply these settings on gaming consoles like Xbox and PlayStation or even mobile phones running on Android, iOS, etc. The good part about this way is that it doesn’t reduces the speed of the internet connection. Another positive is that the service doesn’t use the different DNS for the websites which are already accessible.

Unohelper

Usage experience

We tried both the DNS and VPN options with the UnoTelly account and I must say I’ve never been happier to directly watch movies on Hulu or listening to music on Spotify without the need of downloading their torrents illegally. During our usage, we didn’t find much difference when it comes to internet speeds, however with the use of VPN, connection was automatically broken sometimes.

UnoTelly also offers a useful feature called Dynamo allowing one to set their DNS for multiple regions so that the whole family can visit the websites from those regions without worrying about the settings.

Pricing and Verdict

The UnoTelly service is available in three different packages with different offerings- two cost 4.99 USD per month, while another cost $3.99/ month. If you’re someone who doesn’t like the restrictions placed by various websites, then UnoTelly is an amazing service. Not only it enables one to watch geographically restricted channels, but also do it in a legal manner.

Visit the UnoTelly website to know more.

One thought on “UnoTelly Review: Living a Cord Cutter’s Life Comfortably

  • March 16, 2014 at 12:19 am
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    I used UnoDNS service and found it very useful. i think it is the best for watching country restricted video channels.

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