A VPN can secure more than your BBC iPlayer binge:
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Data thieves look for unprotected devices, and those that do not use encryption are easy targets.
These types of attacks are common, and it’s difficult to avoid them without protection.
If you don’t use security software, you might end up getting your login credentials stolen.
It is easy for advertisers to influence your behavior if you expose all your browsing habits.
Without a VPN, your internet provider can collect & sell your data to advertisers.
Online businesses might show you higher prices if they see you are in a more affluent city.
Catch up on British entertainment without the internet knowing!
You only need one for an unlimited number of devices!
BBC iPlayer is only available in the UK
Your UK postcode is necessary in this step
Surfshark does not encourage using a VPN in ways that would potentially violate Terms of Service of streaming service providers.
No, the service is only available in the UK.
You need a license to view and record live television in the United Kingdom. That means you need to have a license to watch BBC iPlayer too.
Streaming services like the BBC iPlayer use smart technologies that detect VPNs. They do it by inspecting shared IP addresses. If they see that many different devices connect to their service through one IP address, they suspect that it’s a VPN. Thus, they blacklist it.
No, the BBC iPlayer is free to use, but you have to be in the UK to watch it.