I’ts been a while since our article on how to watch Netflix from outside the United States. Now I have a solution for people who would like to watch Netflix on their consoles. It’s easy and you don’t have to hook your console up to your PC. Even if you’re not good with configuring networks, don’t worry because our step-by-step guide will help you through the process.
Things you will need
To get a U.S. Xbox Live account go to xbox.com and sing up. Set the country to the states and put in one of your friends’ address – you can ask him first he minds. You pretty much can’t get a non-US credit card to work there so you have to buy an Xbox Live code online. My experience is that at most vendors you get the code in 10 minutes. These codes work worldwide but this should be highlighted so make sure you read it. Once you have the code, redeem it and you are now a happy U.S. based Xbox Live gamer.
USVideo.ca is a great service originally made for Canadians to gain access to Netflix and other US restricted services. A monthly subscription to their DNS service costs $5. The service works worldwide.
To get a Netflix subscription follow this guide.
You can choose to set up your router to use the DNS or your console only. Make sure you can log in to your Netflix account by configuring your network to use the DNS (you can see all the guides you will need here). I will walk you through the console version.
That’s it! Now you should be able to stream movies on your console. While this guide is for Xbox, you can find many guides for different devices on USVideo.ca. They all follow the same principle.
The costs are $8 for the Netflix account, $9 for a one month Xbox Live and $5 for the USVideo.ca service. That’s $23 monthly but if you buy a yearly Live subscription you can push the costs lower.