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06 August 2012

UnoTelly Allows Streaming Of BBC Olympics Coverage Worldwide For Free

Unhappy TV-viewing Olympics fans can now instead watch the BBC iPlayer Olympic broadcast for free using UnoTelly‘s simple DNS-based service. UnoTelly have set up a decidated DNS, which anyone worldwide can use to gain high-speed access to the BBC iPlayer in order to watch the Olympics.

There are a great number of people worldwide who are unhappy with their local TV coverage of the London Olympics. We can blame this on exclusive TV rights deals and programming based on the supposed popularity of sports or personalities. What it means though, is that there are lots of people who would just like to see live coverage of as many sports as possible, such as what the BBC is offering via iPlayer.

People are keen to actually see the sports they are interested in, watch footage of all countries who compete and not just their own, and to see these competitions before breaking news spoils the surprise of who won. It sounds simple, but this just isn’t being served up by many of the TV networks with exclusive rights to the Olympics and that is ruining the Olympics for a lot of viewers.

To use the UnoTelly DNS, there’s no need to register. Simply visit their site to get the DNS settings, update your computer to use their DNS and you are ready to go. It’s pain-free and able to be used on any device you own.

Source: UnoTelly


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