|Payment Options||PayPal, Credit Card|
|Price||14 days free trial, paid account from $4.90|
|Money Back||30 Days Money Back Guarantee|
|Countries||USA, Canada, UK, France, Australia, Switzerland, Japan, Germany, Hong Kong, Egypt, New Zealand, India, Swedem. UAE|
|Channels||Unblocks more than 120 Channels|
|Devices||Windows XP, Boxee, Windows Vista, Roku, Mac OSX, Xbox One, Amazon Fire TV, Wii U, iPhone, Wii, Sony Internet TV / Blu-ray Player, PlayStation 3, Windows 8, iPod, iPad, Windows 7, Android, PS Vita, PlayStation 4, Apple TV, LG Smart TV / Blu-ray Player, Xbox 360, Samsung Smart TV, Google TV, Routers|
SmartDNS Proxy is an ideal choice for any consumer wanting to unblock websites such as Facebook, Google, Vevo, or Playstation apps. It is also an appropriate service for anybody wishing to stream music, video or television channels direct to any Internet-enabled device.
Customers can check out SmartDNS Proxy prior to signing up for a payment plan, as the company offers a free 14-day trial. (Youll find more free trials on www.freesmartdns.net) It only takes a minute or two to set up the SmartDNS Proxy service and all that’s required is a name and email address. When users decide to take out a payment plan with SmartDNS Proxy they can choose to pay monthly in advance or take advantage of discounted rates for plans of up to two years. The accepted payment methods include Paypal and major credit cards.
Just some of the available, unblocked channels offered by SmartDNS Proxy include Hulu, BBC iPlayer, Netflix, SportsNet, Oxygen, Pandora, Crackle and Amazon Prime. Where customers cannot find a required channel, it’s an easy matter to send an email request to SmartDNS Proxy asking the company to unblock the service.
From a customer support point of view, SmartDNS Proxy offer a variety of information articles on their website which detail many of the common problems users experience with the service and offer helpful advice. Support is also available via livechat on a 24/7 basis and email.
There’s a number of documents on the company website detailing how to set up SmartDNS Proxy for devices, including general instructions for any router, tutorial for a computer running Windows 8, setting up a Panasonic TV, Android setup, and Apple TV set top box. Customers will find the instructions simple to follow and the service easy to use.
Once customers have signed up for the SmartDNS Proxy service it’s possible to route all queries via the company’s secure DNS network of servers. All any customer needs to do is change the IP address of any Internet-enabled device to the SmartDNS Proxy IP addresses. The SmartDNS Proxy website provides a list of services and channels that are unblocked for a number of specific countries, so it’s possible to locate these services immediately. Alternative, if customers route their country-specific requests via SmartDNS Proxy it’s possible to access websites and channels that are restricted in the country of the originating IP address. For example, a customer resident in Europe who wants to access the site Hulu in the United States would be routed to the Hulu servers by creating a customer originating IP address within the United States. This way the customer manages to stream media content from Hulu at the fastest possible speeds, with no problems related to geographic location.