I just love watching Hulu. I’ve been outside of America for quite some time now, so I don’t normally catch up on the pop culture there so much. However, when I recently decided to switch vpn services to Astrill vpn, I found out about Hulu. For eight bucks a month I can watch all the cool American shows I used to watch when I lived there.
I actually am American, but I’ve been living abroad for some time. Recently, I had some problems with some credit card transactions and it was suggested to me to get a vpn to secure my internet connection and internet privacy. I tried a vpn company called Acevpn that was slow and didn’t really do the trick so I immediately switched to Astrill vpn. I think it was the simplicity of their site that made me choose them. I just hate trying to figure out all these computer tech-things. Astrill vpn made it quite easy to figure out what I needed, they had pretty good reviews, and the price wasn’t so bad so I chose them. Good stuff.
But the point I was trying to make is that I found out about this Hulu thing way too late. When I was searching for reviews about Astrill vpn I noticed that lots of people were trying to get American IP addresses and I didn’t really know why. I discovered that they were trying to watch Hulu (I didn’t know what it was at the time) which required that you have an American IP address to watch it. I subsequently found out that there are other places like some BBC radio stations and other British television sites that do the same things.
So I always use Astrill vpn for internet security now. I do other stuff as well. Now, anytime I purchase stuff online I always do it though a vpn. It was my own fault for not paying attention to the site I was buying from, but I was so shocked to get a warning notice from my bank that some internet gaming site tried to charge my card for 800$! Wow, it really scared me. When my fiend told me that companies like Astrill vpn are especially for this type of thing – securing your private information online – I immediately jumped on the bandwagon.
It’s funny that I just happened to find out that I could also watch Hulu with Astrill vpn. And they’ve got this cool feature that means I can tell the vpn to not tunnel any sites except for Hulu. That means that with Astrill Vpn I can surf local sites with a local IP and foreign sites with a foreign IP. So when I’m surfing the net (local sites here) but want to play Hulu or Pandora in the background, I can do that without having to switch between vpn connections.