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Jan 022021
 

After reading a number of questions, inaccurate answers and “scaremongering” on the internet and social media over the last few days, I hope this will help understand what changes are going to happen when watching UK TV in Spain post Brexit.

UK Streaming Services in Spain post Brexit

Since 2018, UK residents travelling within the EU were able to keep watching their UK streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, SkyGo, NOW TV , Britbox UK and ITV Hub without the need for a VPN or Smart DNS service as part of the EUs “Digital Single Market” and “portability” rules.

These rules allowed short stayers like holiday makers, travelling from one EU country to another EU country would be able to access the same streaming video library they’re subscribed to at home without the need to “hide your ip address” or the use of Virtual Private Network (VPN) / Smart DNS (SDNS) services.
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Jan 202016
 

Sky has revealed the biggest ever redesign of Sky Go. From this week in the UK and Ireland, Sky will start rolling out the new design, beginning with a new home page for the mobile app and web service.

Later in the year, Sky says the streaming service will “introduce new features to make the app more intuitive, surfacing more shows, sports and movies to the millions of customers who use Sky Go every month. It will become simpler to binge on box sets with a watch next episode feature and easier to find more movies to watch similar to ones you’ve been watching.”
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Apr 282015
 

Sky has added catch-up programming from ITV and Channel 5 to its Sky Go mobile platform for subscribers.

From today, Sky Go customers can catch up with the latest dramas unfolding between Chloe and Jake in ITVBe’s “TOWIE”. Fans of talent shows can keep up with the new series of Britain’s Got Talent and other top ITV shows.
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Apr 212015
 

Pay TV service HBO is threatening to cut off paying customers of its Now service if they are outside the US.

HBO has started to crack down on paying customers who access the HBO Now service from outside the United States.

Subscribers from countries including Canada, the UK, Germany and Australia who use VPNs and other unblocking tools are now being threatened with account terminations. HBO has sent emails to people around the world it has detected are using software tools to watch HBO Now shows.

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