Top 5 best free VPN for Netflix.

Hello and welcome to this breakdown of the best VPNs for Netflix. My name is Anik and I’m the CEO of NanoTech 365, a site dedicated to bringing you the very best in the online software. Over the past two years, we’ve been testing dozens of VPNs to find out which work the best with Netflix, and we’re proud to present our twenty nineteen updates today. So, let’s get started and please don’t forget to like and subscribe to my website.

As you may or may not know, not all VPN services will work with Netflix. This is because Netflix has a VPN ban in place and it’s one of the best in the business. The ban is there to make sure you can’t access the Netflix of other countries and so watch TV shows not licensed in yours. It’s a bit silly, but it’s the best way for Netflix to cover itself legally. What you see when you try and watch Netflix with a bad VPN is this message, even if it is just content from your own country.

In the description below you’ll find a full article about this subject. However, we have a way around it; thanks to all our testing, we have found five VPNs that are almost guaranteed to get you past the Netflix VPN ban and have you enjoying your favourite show with very little trouble.

Express VPN: The first, and our favourite VPN overall, is ExpressVPN. It has servers all around the world, and almost all get into Netflix. If you do get denied, you can often switch to another server in the same country and that will work. We really cannot overstate how comprehensive its coverage is for Netflix and it’s rare that we ever had any real trouble. If your favourite server is ever out of commission, you don’t need to worry is ever out of commission, you don’t need to worry as it’ll probably be up and running again in a few days. I’ll leave you a link in the comment who need it just comment below where you’ll get three months for free if you sign up for Express VPN for a year so make sure to check that out.

CyberGhost: The runner up is CyberGhost, which has almost the same coverage as ExpressVPN, especially in Europe, but falls behind a bit there. Also, the servers are a bit hit and miss at times, though it makes up for it by being a lot cheaper than ExpressVPN. You get almost three years with CyberGhost for the same money as one year with Express. If you’re mostly into US and European Netflix, CyberGhost is a very good option.

NordVPN: Rounding out the podium is NordVPN, which used to be number two but we found during speed testing that it can be a little inconsistent sometimes. This means that you may find yourself searching a little longer than you’d like though it's 5,000 servers for one that actually works with Netflix and gives you also decent speeds that you need for high-quality streaming. However at 107 dollars for three-year sit's a real steal.

Our fourth entry is Wind scribe, a service that went under our radar for a long time. However, when we tested it, it gave us decent speeds and great access to Netflix through its Windflix system.

VIPRE VPN: While we don’t love it as much as the others on this list, it deserves a mention just for being the only decent Netflix VPN with a free plan and that's something we'll finish this list with VIPRE VPN a tried and true service that has been getting into Netflix ever since the VPN ban was put into place. It’s a very secure service, but we rank it fifth because of its not-so-great speeds and the fact that it won’t do much for Netflix outside The USA. Another minor point is its rude customer service reps, who make you think twice about asking any questions about the service.

 Well, it's actually already time to wrap up. Any of the five services we mentioned will work just fine with Netflix, but we do feel ExpressVPN is the very best. If you’d like to know more about this subject or any of the providers we’ve mentioned. Agree that ExpressVPN is the best for Netflix? Let us know which service you prefer for getting into Netflix in the comments below and please don’t forget to like and subscribe.

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