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Expats Accessing UK Channels in Joondalup

WATCH THE BEEB IN W.A.
Well Autumn has now hit Western Australia (although still 31c & sunny in Perth), and many British expats living in the region are now looking forward to cooler nights and catching up on some Television. Although Foxtel of course has UKTV and some other British shows airing, if you do really wish to see everything those back home are watching there really is only one choice. If you install a PommyNet VPN account on your laptop, tablet, smart phone or smart TV device, you will be able to access all British Television apps and websites such as BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub and All 4. When you have these apps installed and unblocked using our services, all UK Television channels will stream live for you in Australia, or anywhere else in the world. Due to the time difference, if you would like to watch the shows on these channels at a later time, simply use the catchup services and watch when you wish. The great thing about accessing British Television this way is that you get to see your favourite British shows at exactly the same time as those in the UK, without having to wait months for them to reach Australia networks. Better still is the price, just A$13.99 per month without any contract, so quit at any time!
 

By |April 1st, 2017|PommyNet_News|Comments Off on Expats Accessing UK Channels in Joondalup

Access ITV Hub When in Australia

The newly re-branded ITV Player, ITV Hub is only usually available when viewing within the United Kingdom and so will not work in Australia. You may easily remedy this though by installing a PommyNET account on your device of choice and this will send all of your Internet traffic and via one of our securely encrypted VPN servers located in the United Kingdom, so that you IP address will be changed to the UK, allowing full access to ITV Hub and all other TV players from the UK such as BBC iPlayer and All4 from Channel 4. Although the time difference is huge, if ever you do feel the need to watch live UK TV channels streaming to you in Australia, you may do so when connected to PommyNET by using the TV Player app totally unblocked.
To join simply click on one of the sign up buttons, purchase in PayPal and get started. Remember its no obligation and you can quite at any time.

By |August 9th, 2016|PommyNet_News|Comments Off on Access ITV Hub When in Australia

How to Get a UK IP Address When in Australia

Due to over 75% of the Australian population oribinating from the British Isles it is no wonder there are so many thousands of requests on a daily basis to obtain a UK IP address when in Australia.
The primary use of this is to access BBC iPlayer & other UK only Television services online, however there are also many other uses. If you are a member of any gambling, gaming or casino/poker website in the UK, then ordinarily this will not work for you. In fact if you have any service online from the UK that is geo-restricted then this will not be able to work for you when in Australia or anywhere outside of the United Kingdom.
If you have a VPN subscription from PommyNet as many Pommies/Brits in particular do when down under, you will be able to access all of your UK only applications on your phone, tablet, laptop or any other smart device when travelling overseas. Perfect also for backpackers!
To join simply click on one of the sign up buttons, purchase in PayPal and get started. Remember its no obligation and you can quite at any time.

By |August 9th, 2016|PommyNet_News|Comments Off on How to Get a UK IP Address When in Australia

BBC Three Moves to Offline Only

 BBC Three, the digital youth channel, is to close, the corporation’s governing body has confirmed.
The BBC Trust said that young audiences were increasingly watching television online, as it gave the green light for the channel to be moved onto the BBC iPlayer at the end of January.
The move will free up around £30 million a year, which the corporation has said it will put into its drama budget.
The BBC estimates that around 80 per cent of the 925,000 viewers who watch BBC Three, and no other BBC television channel, could desert the corporation.
But in a move designed to retain young viewers, the Trust said that all BBC Three content would be aired on BBC One and Two when BBC Three goes off-air.

By |January 13th, 2016|PommyNet_News|Comments Off on BBC Three Moves to Offline Only