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    ExpressVPN.

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    ExpressVPN, excellent support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adventuredon View Post
    tried both, still couldn't access my desired stolen sky channels. Both refunded within 24 hours so good for either I think
    NordVPN didn't work with some channels for me too, so I think I am going to be just trying out other ones from this list https://cybernews.com/best-vpn/vpn-for-streaming/. It seems like all of them have a free trial or refund easily.

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    I never got the VPN to work, so bought a new upgraded router. That worked for 7 months then the router failed. Got a refund from Currys and had to plug my existing sky router back in and hey presto...all my channels are suddenly working again. Go figure, so not using a vpn at all and all tickety boo

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    My VPN came as part of Norton Utilities and seems to work well besides only costing the one off annual fee for the anti-virus suite. They allow you to choose the country you prefer from a list and also works on the mobile phone and other PC's and Laptops as my version of Norton covers 5 devices.

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