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Finally, I found a way to watch TVCatchup outside the UK

Watching TVCatchup outside the UK seemed impossible until a few weeks ago. For years, I had tried several VPN apps to hide my location, but none of them seemed to work.

Until I found SurfEasy, a service that genuinely conceals your whereabouts and unlocks a highly restricted live TV service in the United Kingdom.

SurfEasy is available on all platforms, be it a computer, Android phone or iPhone, or a tablet, for example, an iPad. As always, Android users seem to get a better deal: they automatically receive 500 MB at no cost and can earn “rewards.”

TVCatchup outside the UK

They include 100 MB if you like SurfEasy’s Facebook page, 250 MB for just verifying your email or 500 MB for every friend that registers. You can easily keep track of your remaining megabytes on the main screen.

On the other hand, Apple users have to cash out £2.99 a month, a little steep but worthy if you live abroad and want to watch BBC, Channel 4, and ITV in one place.

You can even use picture-in-picture on an iPad or an Android phone with Oreo to watch while you perform other tasks, great for when you are composing an email or surfing the web.

I hope you found this article useful. If you have an app that you would like to share with us, please leave it in the comment section below.

Update:

I decided to try the free Android TouchVPN app on my Galaxy and it also worked. The great thing about this app is that it is entirely free and doesn’t have a tunneling limit. The downside is the app is not available for iPhone, iPad, or the web.

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