This was posted 4 years 4 months 15 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

  • expired Black Friday Discount - 10%


To celebrate Black Friday, Dns4me is offering a discount coupon for a further 10% discount off it’s already very low subscription (NZ$37.77 for a 12 month subscription with coupon code).

We support most major media services throughout the world including a number of services that stream live sport (for those that want to watch Football and Rugby plus a host of other sports from around the world) like ESPN, Eurosports, Fox Sports Go, NHL Game Centre, Fubo TV, NBC Sports, CBS Sports and (some of these require a subscription and/or USA Cable service subscription). Hulu, Sling, Amazon Prime, Hayu and Stan are all supported (again, a subscription for these is required). There are a number of free to stream services available as well - BBC, ITV, 7Plus, 9NOW, SBS, TenPlay, ABC iview, Tubi TV, Food Network, Vevo, Zattoo, Wilmaa, Teleboy, TVPlayer just to name a few.

Dns4me allows you to use our services in 3 locations (Share with family and/or friends). Easy to setup and with New Zealand and Australian based responsive support.

For those Geeks out there, we have a Host file generator that allows you to generate your own host file. You can also use our DNS log service to help you create your own customs domains for those services that we don’t currently support. We also support Dynamic DNS.

So if you are looking to replace or add to your current TV services, head over to and sign up for a 7 day free trial and experience the difference. Use the Coupon code ‘blackfriday10’ to obtain a further 10% off our low subscription rates. We accept all major Credit Cards and PayPal payments in 7 currencies.

Dns4me is a locally grown service developed by Kiwi programmer Jason Kenah who is now living in Sydney.

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  • Any luck with Netflix?


    Sorry, no luck with Netflix. We ceased support for Netflix in September as it was too time consuming and costly to find and implement unblocked USA servers all the time. Most of our customers had moved to other streaming services like Hulu, Amazon Prime, Stan etc.