Save 88% off a Getflix Lifetime Subscription via Neowin Deals

Today on offer via our Web Services section of Neowin Deals, you can save 88% off a Getflix Lifetime Subscription. Don't let a little geo-restriction stand between you and your favorite show.

What's it all about?

Watching Netflix, Hulu or other streaming services can unfortunately be difficult while traveling outside the US. Rather than bypass these restrictions with the help of a complex and slow VPN, choose a faster and simpler solution with Getflix. Instead of rerouting all your Internet traffic through a different server, this handy service only routes the traffic needed so you can still enjoy top Internet speeds. Getflix unblocks more than 100 streaming channels around the world so you can watch movies, TV, sports, and more wherever life may take you.

  • Access popular global streaming services from anywhere around the world
  • Enjoy a fast & reliable solution for watching TV, listening to online radio & more
  • Benefit from easy-to-use Smart DNS technology
  • Get a free, optional VPN account to encrypt all your traffic
  • Use with all of your favorite devices
  • Utilize the services without needing to install any software

How do you benefit?

A Getflix Lifetime Subscription normally retails at $330 (or 12 months @ $33.18), but you can pick it up for just $39 for a limited time. And if you refer this deal to a friend, you get $10 credit! (below the 'add to cart' button).

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Not for you?

That's OK, if this offer doesn't interest or apply to you, why not check out our Smart Home Giveaway and other giveaways on the Neowin Deals web site? There's also always a bunch of freebies you can check out and pick up here.

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