If you live in the US, it is pretty easy to “cut the cord” and be able to access all the content you would ever want online with services like Netflix, Hulu, and directly from content provider’s websites/apps. But as a Canadian, it is pretty hard to cut the cord because a lot of the content that is available on cable and satellite TV is not available online in Canada due to licensing deals. There are many services that aim to get around the IP blocking like VPNs and proxies. I have tried many of these services with very unreliable success. VPNs and proxies add a lot of latency and slow down the connection considerably, most of them also have data limits.
Recently I found a service called UnoDNS by UnoTelly that sets out to fix the problems these other services cause. UnoDNS uses proprietary Direct Connection™ technology to ensure that the connection is not slowed down. With UnoDNS you connect directly to the content provider’s content without going through a “middle man”. This also means your internet traffic is not susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks. Setup of UnoDNS is very easy. All you do is change the DNS server on your router and all of the devices in your home will have access to over 30 channels. And, if you already pay for a non US Netflix account, you can access US Netflix content without additional fees from Netflix.
Give UnoDNS a try! http://www.unotelly.com/portal/aff.php?aff=15267