unzoner is a VPN router and content unblocker that allows you to access digital content that would otherwise be restricted because of geo-blocking; the virtual equivalent of a DVD region lock, which prevents users in one region from being able to watch a DVD that was produced and distributed for a different part of the world.
While most VPNs rely on an app (software) to enable the connection to allow streaming of geo-blocked content, unzoner uses a physical device (hardware) such as a Raspberry Pi. This means members of the same household can simultaneously access different content on their preferred screen device, whether it’s a laptop, desktop, tablet, smartphone, or TV over wifi or LAN. App-based VPNs only work on one device.
How does it work?
unzoner requires a compatible computing device, such as a Raspberry Pi or ODROID, to work. Once you have one of these devices, plug it in to your internet router, and follow the step-by-step instructions on unzoner (unzoner.com).
What content can I access?
unzoner can unblock content from the following providers: Netflix, Hulu, HBO, AMC, BBC iPlayer, PBS, CBS, NBC, ABC, and Sling TV. This list is continually growing and you can always request to have another service added if you can’t find it on the list.
What else do I need to know?
unzoner is a subscription-based service. A subscription costs €9.95 per month, but the first month is free. You must supply your own hardware device (e.g. Raspberry Pi, ODROID or other compatible device).
For users with existing VPN accounts, unzoner also supports a number of popular VPN services, such as PIA, TunnelBear, and Hide My Ass!. VPN client mode is free, so you do not need a subscription to access this setting.
For more information, contact:
Anton Belodedenko | firstname.lastname@example.org