Visiting Iceland in the next couple of months is going to be far more complicated than ever before since WOW air, the airline that would have offered some of the cheapest routes to Iceland from North America and Europe stopped existing creating a massive lack of flights. But if you are already in Iceland whether you live there or visiting, you might want to know how to watch American Netflix in Iceland.
Ideally, if you are visiting Iceland, you should probably try to explore as much as possible. However, the weather conditions don’t always allow for that, and if you are staying in Iceland for much longer, or just live there, you might want to watch Netflix, and when doing so will discover that you need American Netflix in Iceland. Iceland only has 180 shows and 777 movies on their Netflix. Respectively 15.56% and 16.92% of the American Netflix content. Simply not good enough.
In this post, we will show you how to watch American Netflix in Iceland, but this method will also allow you to watch American Netflix regardless of where you are, whether in South Africa or the UK. This method will also allow you to watch the likes of British Netflix because while the American Netflix has the most content overall, it doesn’t have it all. Other regions have exclusive content too, and this method will allow you to unblock the most Netflix regions possible.
There are not many options when it comes to you tricking Netflix into thinking that you are in the US, however, one of the only options that work, works very well.
You need to fool Netflix into thinking that you are in the US.
And you do that by being there virtually, by using a VPN.
A VPN is a virtual private network that allows you to change location without moving.
VPN services are known for providing safety on the internet since they offer the likes of encryption, but in your instance, they will allow you to trick Netflix into thinking that you are in the US.
However, due to that pressure Netflix gets, it has to make efforts to prevent VPN services from working with Netflix which often results in VPN servers either breaking down or never working in the first place.
PrivateVPN? It offers the biggest support for Netflix on the market. And that’s the result of investing in quality rather than quantity. Comparitech did a test consisting of 5,000 manual tests. PrivateVPN came out on top with the support for most regions with that number being of 21+.
By investing in quality, we are able to provide servers that allow you to stream in high quality, that work with 21+ Netflix locations, and since we don’t have an as big number of servers as some of our competition, we are able to monitor any breakdowns of working servers far quicker. Imagine monitoring 3,000 servers. Almost impossible.
If you just want to watch American Netflix in Iceland, PrivateVPN isn’t your only option, but if you are looking for the most Netflix content possible, reliable speeds, and servers that will be up whenever you need them, and also want to use Hulu, DAZN, Amazon Prime, and BBC iPlayer, then PrivateVPN will let you do that.
Written by Michael Smolski.