As of right now the current options for accessing American Netflix out there have become very limited, and unreliable. If you’re a constant American Netflix user you have most likely noticed it’s becoming harder to access the wide catalogue of US Netflix content, without having to see the frustrating error pictured above.
Some of the most experienced VPNs and unblockers are unable to surpass the recent US Netflix block. Even our own Free DNS Codes are uncontrollably going down.
While all that may see negative, we’re here to tell you we have great news! EverydayElectronics is committed to bringing you the best American Netflix solutions, to help save you time and money.
At the moment there is only 3 reliable services that actually let you access American Netflix after the crackdown. We highly recommend using either ExpressVPN, StrongVPN, or Overplay to access American Netflix in just a few simple steps.
Industry leading VPN provider ExpressVPN was founded in 2009 and offer’s access to American Netflix at some of the fastest speeds possible. With ExpressVPN you can watch, listen, stream, and download content from censored and blocked websites around the world – even while traveling.
Their easy-to-setup software is available for all of your devices including Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Routers, aswell as Linux, and will have your American Netflix up and running within a few simple steps.
ExpressVPN’s built-in Speed Test allows you to view the fastest servers in your area to ensure you’re always getting the fastest, most secure connection possible.
The top tier VPN runs their own DNS on every server. This means your DNS
requests are protected with military-grade encryption and never logged. On top of that your subscription is backed by a hassle free 30-day money back guarantee, so we highly recommend at least trying the service to experience the great benefits.
To Access US Netflix with ExpressVPN follow these 3 easy steps:
- Signup & download ExpressVPN on Windows or Mac.
- Open the VPN client and connect to any US server.
- Visit Netflix.com or open the Netflix windows app & enjoy two to four times the amount of titles availble for instant streaming
Most people are unaware that a subscription to StrongVPN is a great option to access American Netflix on PC & Mac, aswell as mobile, tablets, and casting devices. The company has over 20 years of digital security experience and was actually unaffected by the Netflix proxy/VPN ban. With servers in over 20 countries & 43 cities, StrongVPN offers the highest quality protection, while providing you with great options like accessing American, Canadian, & U.K Netflix.
Use the following servers to access Netflix with StrongVPN:
- To access American Netflix use any US server except for Atlanta and Miami.
- To access UK Netflix use London servers.
- To access Canadian Netflix use Toronto servers.
If you happen to see the Netflix proxy Error message ”You seem to be using an unblocker or proxy. Please turn off any of these services and try again”, while using StrongVPN to access American Netflix, simply follow these steps.
#1) Close your browser or app.
#2) Disconnect from your current US server.
#3) Reconnect to a new US server, except for Atlanta or Miami.
#4) Visit Netflix.com and pick a new show or movie.
#5) Repeat if necessary.
We recommend starting at New York and working your way down from there, so you do not miss any working servers.
Our friends at Overplay have set up their SmartDNS service to work on PCs and laptops (Windows & Mac). You can also enjoy American Netflix on casting devices such as Google Chromecast, and Apple AirPlay by casting the content from your computer to your other device.
Unfortunately most other platforms & devices are not yet working yet, so do not panic if you see the Netflix Proxy error message while using Overplay on a device that isn’t listed above.
Sign up for Overplay now to start enjoying your American Netflix content again. You can also use Overplay to access Hulu from Canada or anywhere else from around the world, which is another major benefit.
As always we here at EverydayElectronics, the official source for all things DNS, will keep you updated on the situation as new details unfold. We’ll post official updates on our Netflix In The News Page.