[Deal] Last chance to watch Netflix and Hulu without interruption via GetFlix for $39

So you’re traveling to Europe on vacation, but want to be able to go on your Netflix binge if you have time. Today’s deal from AndroidGuys is here to help you do that.

We all know about network congestion while we are at our home, and have a slew of devices on the network. Let’s face it, even though we have all these toys, they do hog the bandwidth, so why would you want to deal with that in unfamiliar territory while you’re overseas.

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Today’s deal is for a Lifetime Subscription to GetFlix. This is similar to a VPN as it re-routes your traffic through a different server, but it also pays attention the various speeds that your traffic may be re-routed through.

  • Access popular global streaming services from anywhere around the world
  • Enjoy a fast & reliable solution for watching TV, listening to online radio & more
  • Benefit from easy-to-use Smart DNS technology
  • Get a free, optional VPN account to encrypt all your traffic
  • Use w/ all of your favorite devices
  • Utilize the services without needing to install any software

If you travel abroad, and know you’re going to use Netflix or Hulu, you can grab GetFlix for only $39 today. Normally priced at $330, you’ll be saving almost 90% for jumping on this deal through AndroidGuys and StackCommerce. Included with this deal, you’ll be able to activate an option VPN account if you want to keep all of your data encrypted, so that none of your pertinent information falls into the wrong hands.

You can find this, and many other great tech bargains through our Deals page. Backed by StackCommerce, there are daily promos, giveaways, freebies, and much more!

AndroidGuys Deals: Lifetime Subscription to GetFlix

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