Can I watch BBC iPlayer in Doha ??

By Zaidhashimi

Could anyone tell me how to watch BBC iPlayer here in Doha?
Thanks in advance

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By dolanm12• 6 years 1 month ago.
dolanm12

http://www.roadwarriorvpn.com is one of the best services available, with multiple servers available when you signup.

By dimtorch• 6 years 2 months ago.
dimtorch

http://www.expattelly.com/?amigosid=64

By Darlington• 6 years 6 months ago.
Darlington

I've used strong vpn for the last 2 years - its reasonably cheap (annual fee) plus reliable. Would certainly recommend it. I connect to my Sky account as well as BBC iplayer, channel 4, itv, channel 5 - perfect no probs!

By Quagmire• 6 years 10 months ago.
Quagmire

Try Lamnia, They have just got a shed load of 10GB servers.

It is the best one out there at the moment by a long long way. I would strongly recommend them - not the cheapest but the most reliable by far.

- I've tried most of the others and given up.

http://www.lamnia.co.uk?xyz=22

Good luck, whatever you go for.

By Mochsa• 7 years 5 months ago.
Mochsa

services like BBC iPlayer and Hulu are available only if you connect through a UK/US server.

Here is a list with best of VPN servicies reviewed: http://starvpnreviews.com/best-vpn-providers/.

good luck

By snessy• 7 years 7 months ago.
snessy

Yep, you need VPN, costs £5 month.

By Crusher Charlie• 7 years 7 months ago.
Crusher Charlie

http://www.overplay.net/r.php?i=4284636004

click on link above

By Cat Buys• 7 years 7 months ago.
Cat Buys

you need to get a vpn connection that bypasses restrictions so you can access pages from abroad like BBC i player channel 4 OD etc etc

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