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This SmartDNS lets you stream U.S. Netflix and Hulu from anywhere—now 83% off

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Services like Netflix and Hulu offer Americans a ton of streaming content. If you travel abroad, however, you won’t be able to access all of it — even with a paid membership — due to geographic restrictions. And, that’s what makes KeepSolid SmartDNS such a necessary tool to have if you plan on traveling, and especially so since you can save 83 percent off a lifetime subscription right now.

KeepSolid SmartDNS lets you access all your favorite streaming services from pretty much anywhere in the world. It masks your real IP address and replaces it with a US-based one, so that your services will think you are accessing them from within our own borders. If you consider yourself a cinephile, then you really owe it to yourself to at least check it out.

Plus, it works the other way too. You can replace your IP address with one from the EU and gain access to their streaming services, even if you are at home. It can be configured to run on any device that accesses the web so it’ll work with your current set up, you can use it on an unlimited number of devices, and you’ll enjoy unlimited bandwidth so you can stream to your heart’s content.

Why limit your streaming options when tearing down the restrictions is so easy? Purchase a lifetime subscription today for just $39.99, discounted from the regular price of $239.40, but only for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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