Blockless is located in Quebec. The company provides a SmartDNS service that can unblock a huge range of different streaming channels. You set up the service manually, but they provide detailed instructions for all the major operating systems and other devices.
Pricing and Plans
Blockless has only one plan: $4.95 per month.
You can pay with credit cards or with PayPal.
Free Trial / Money Back Guarantee
There’s a seven-day free trial from Blockless, and they don’t require a credit card to sign up. They do not offer pro-rated refunds on cancelled services.
Privacy & Anonymity
This is not a VPN provider, so logging is not an issue.
This is not a VPN service and does not protect your traffic with encryption. It is not suitable for torrenting.
Email support and an extensive knowledgebase are available on the Blockless site.
This product provides DNS servers that you use to unblock geo-restricted content. How you set it up will vary according to your device and operating system, but Blockless makes it very easy by providing excellent instructions.
Windows, Mac OSX, Android, IPhone, etc.
There are instructions for Mac, Android, IPhone and many other devices on the Blockless site, including streaming TVs, Kindle, Routers, Wii and much more.
This is a SmartDNS service, so it will not impact your Internet speed.
IPCheck and DNSLeak
You’ll change your DNS manually, so there shouldn’t be any issues with DNS leaks. This service does not change your IP address.
- Unblocks many sites
- Easy setup
- Excellent instructions
Blockless has a very simple pricing plan and their rates are competitive with other SmartDNS providers. They have an excellent help section on their site, as well.
Areas for Improvement
Adding a client to their service would be excellent for people who aren’t particularly technically inclined.
This is a good SmartDNS service that offers a lot of value for the money. If you’re not really worried about privacy protection but need to get around geo-restrictions on content, Blockless should work well for you. They still have a manual setup, however, which may make providers with a client a better option for some users.