Netflix Comes to Singapore. Access Full Video Library with NordVPN

Netflix Comes to Singapore. Access Full Video Library with NordVPN

NordVPN gives advice on how to unblock U.S. Netflix from Singapore




January 11, 2016. Netflix made a surprise announcement last week extending its services to 130 countries, including Singapore. Its video streaming services are now available in 190 countries total, spiking company’s shares by 9 percent.

However, many are concerned that the international Netflix cannot offer the same library of shows and movies. For example,Australian Netflix selection of shows pales in comparison to American video library: there are about 7,000 more titlesavailable on American Netflix. The same goes for Britain, Canada, and other older Netflix countries. The reason is because Netflix doesn’t have global rights to some of its originals shows, like “House of Cards.” While the company is negotiating global licenses, most of its users around the world remain left out for the time being from watching some of the best shows that Netflix has to offer.

So as Netflix brings exciting entertainment options to Singapore, there will also be frustrating limitations to what can be watched compared to U.S. selection.

There is also the other side of the coin. If you are from Singapore, and go on vacation to the U.S. or to any other country, you will not be able to access many of the shows and movies that were specifically targeted to Singapore.

These geographically-based restrictions are taking away the freedom of watching what we want from where we want. How is one tracked if they connect to one of these services from a “wrong” country? When a user goes online, their IP address reveals their location. It’s a unique address that their current wifi hotspot provides, giving away their current country, region and town. As a result, that user will not be able to access American Netflix from another country, including Singapore.

Those who want to have total freedom of watching Netflix without geographical restrictions, have one solution: VPN (Virtual Private Network) services. A VPN service links user’s computer and Internet to a server in a country of their choice - so that person can appear to be in the U.S., while they actually are in Singapore, and vice versa. With a VPN, they can access most streaming services without limitations - and that includes Netflix, Spotify, Pandora, Hulu, YouTube and so on.

VPN service hides a true geographical location by masking user’s IP address with the IP address of the server that they connect to. So when the streaming site looks at their IP, it will see the IP of the VPN server that person isusing the Internet through and not the true IP.

VPNs also offer security by encrypting all data shared between the Internet and a user’s system, so none of the data can be compromised. 

NordVPN is one of the world’s most advanced VPN service providers. The company has recently released a Mac app that is extremely user friendly. With a click of the “ON” button a user connects to the fastest server in the country of their choice. With SmartPlay option users can connect to any server and immediately see all available resources ready for streaming - no need to connect to different servers for each option.

Instructions to connect to U.S. Netflix with NordVPN

If you have a Netflix account already in Singapore and would like to access U.S. Netflix movie/TV show library, follow these steps:

   Get NordVPN
   Download a NordVPN app or set up NordVPN on a specific device
   Set your connection to one of U.S. Servers
   Go to Netflix website
   Log in with your user information
   Happy Browsing!


In the world where people move freely between countries, the content they want to stream should also be open for watching, wherever they are.

For more information on NordVPN’s services, please visit www.nordvpn.com. To download new Mac app by NordVPN, visit https://nordvpn.com/download/mac.

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