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The Best VPN for Netflix

A Virtual Private Network (or VPN) securely connects you to a computer network somewhere else in the world. Even though you’re on a public internet connection, the network is private. That’s incredibly useful for all sorts of reasons, not least because it exponentially increases your privacy and security when online. But in this article, we’ll focus on a different benefit.

Because a VPN allows you to securely connect to a computer network anywhere in the world, you can access streaming content—think video and music—that’s not available in your country. And one of the most popular streaming services is Netflix.

But Netflix is actively working against this by trying to block VPNs from accessing their service. Which VPN servers are best able to get past Netflix’s firewall? And which offer the stability and bandwidth to comfortably stream high definition video hour after hour?

To find out we thoroughly tested six leading VPN services. In our experience, only two succeed at outwitting Netflix most of the time: Astrill VPN and NordVPN. And of the two, Astrill reliably offers not only enough bandwidth to stream high definition video, but Ultra HD as well. The other services we tested failed to connect to Netflix more often than not.

Now that you know the winners of our competition, read on for the details, the features to look out for in a VPN, and whether or not you should spend your money on one.

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