List Of Global TV Channels And How To Access
Below is the list of popular Global TV channels. Some of them are free and others require a paid subscription which is needed to be taken directly with the TV service provider.
List Of Global TV Channels
How Can I Watch Global TV Channels From Abroad?
If you’re not in the country where the TV channel is made available, you’ll be blocked from it due to broadcasting rights despite having an account with the TV providers.
Don’t worry, you can use a free Smart DNS service to bypass these restrictions and I will walk you through the easy setup as per below.
- Register for a free Smart DNS service.
- Set up Smart DNS service on your device as per the instructions at the link(s) below:
3. Access the TV Channels of your choice.
Is Smart DNS Proxy Safe?
Absolutely! Most of the region-restricted websites have an initial location check, so a Smart DNS service route this request to their servers so you can bypass them.
This is a great service for Streaming as they only route the Internet traffic for the TV sites they support. Any other Internet traffic goes directly onto the Internet without Smart DNS service automatically.
Is Smart DNS Proxy Free?
You can use their service for 14 days for Free! They will not ask for your payment details and therefore, you will not be charged.
On the 14th day, you can either take a subscription with them or just don’t take any action. The free trial account will be automatically cancelled.
Personally, I would highly recommend their service because they support over 400+ TV channels and you can access it from anywhere in the world.
As low as $4 per month, their subscription is really cheap and it’s a good bargain.
This is also a great service for those who want to cancel their expensive cable TV subscription and look for a cheaper alternative.
Cannot Download Apps on iPad/iPhone/Android?
Some apps are also geo-restricted which means they are not available in your local app store. To resolve this, please follow the instructions at the link(s) below:
If you’re still having problems downloading TV apps, you can just install Google Chrome app on your device and access the TV links mentioned in this article above.
If the TV site is still forcing/redirecting to download their app, you can set your browser to request for a Desktop site and access it again.
As the Internet is growing, more people are moving towards digital media and terminating cable TV providers. Having being able to access TV sites on mobile devices is so convenient especially if you’re travelling.
What is your favourite TV app? Do you prefer watching TV on mobile devices or on a Smart TV?