Disney+ is the infamous streaming service that launched back in November 2019, the service was immediately available for the guys over the pond in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and weirdly, the Netherlands? You can see the frustration of this feature as many people across the world enjoy Disney, those from Asian countries, the UK and the rest of Europe.
If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past few months then you will have noticed the influx of ‘Baby Yoda’ memes that have flooded the internet, across all sites it seems. The cute little guy has taken the internet by storm and has quickly become a fan-favorite character. Anyone that hasn’t been clued up and watching Disney+ though might be scratching their heads at all of this as they don’t know where the character is from?
Well, Disney+ launched a series called ‘The Mandalorian’. Written by Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni this series was a smash hit, spreading out 8 chapters for season one and leaving fans waiting for more, the series has been renewed for a second season that will be gracing our screens in late 2020.
“Hang on!” I hear you shouting through the computer screen to me! I haven’t even got Disney+! I live in the UK and it won’t let me subscribe to the service just yet. Well, I’m here to help you with that. Everyone must have at least heard if not used a VPN by now, it’s the biggest fad on the internet in 2019. I use the term fad very loosely, as you should absolutely be using a VPN by now, it’s 2020! They keep all of your traffic hidden from your snoopy little ISPs and any potential unwanted parties.
So, what VPN should you be using if you want to get access to Disney+?
Well, there are many reputable VPN providers by now I will list a few of them below. Just remember though, you should do your own research on these VPNs as well as you shouldn’t just take a stranger’s word for it.
You will find that certain VPN’s may not work for you and that you will have a favourite one, my personal favourite is currently tunnel bear. Tunnelbear is a reputable VPN service that offers cheap monthly plans that will suit everyone. VPN’s listed below:
How does a VPN work? Well, it disguises your IP address and makes it seem like you are actually in a different location, this is extremely useful for streaming services as it gives people the opportunity to actually view content that is region blocked within their country.
Another VPN that you should consider is the Tor Browser, better known as the onion router. This constantly switches up your location, making you virtually impossible to track.