TrickByte DNS Review

In general, VPN is used to trick the Internet into believing that VPN users are in certain locations even if they’re not really physically there. Technically, using VPN should allow anyone anywhere in the world to access popular streams like Netflix and Hulu without encountering an error message stating the “content is not available” in their country of residence.

Unfortunately, the VPN trick does not work all the time when trying to bypass geographic restrictions in accessing streaming websites. Most VPN traffic is now being blocked by these streaming services in line with issues on piracy and copyright infringement.

TrickByte DNS Review

So when it comes to streaming media today, Smart DNS is the way to go. We’re always on the lookout for the best VPN and DNS solutions out there when we came across TrickByte. The question is, is TrickByte the best DNS service on the market? Let’s find out.

TrickByte DNS Pricing Details

Normally, DNS services are offered for a seven-day free trial to attract potential customers into testing the service first before buying the paid version. When it comes to free trial accounts, TrickByte tops the competition with its 14-day free trial offering.

After the 14-day free trial access expires, users will need to upgrade to a paid subscription to continue using TrickByte’s DNS services. Again, compared to the competition, TrickByte’s DNS packages are a lot cheaper.

A month worth of subscription only costs $2.99. Interested customers can also avail of 8.3 percent to 20 percent discounts by buying long-term subscriptions. For six months worth of TrickByte DNS traffic, users will only pay $16.49. The biggest discount can be availed with an annual subscription that costs $29.99.

Supported Devices

TrickByte supports various devices including but not limited to iPhone/iPad, Android, Playstation, Wii, Apple TV, Roku, WD TV, Samsung Smart TV, LG TV, Sony TV, Amazon Fire TV and Kindle Fire. Other devices might also work – simply ask support to help you setup the service on a device not listed on their support page.

To contact support, users will have to email technical support at support@trickbyte.com.

Supported Services

People using TrickByte will be able to access restricted contents listed below:


Netflix
Hulu
4Play
A&E
ABC
Amazon Instant Video
AMC
BBC iPlayer
Beats Music
Bein Sports
Blinkbox
CBC
CBS
4oD
Crackle
Crunchy Roll
Channel 5
Discovery Channel
Dish World
Disney Channels
DramaFever
EuroSports
Food Network
Fox
Fox Soocer2Go
France 2
France 3
France 4
France 5
France TV
FX
HBP GO
HGTV
History
iTV
Lifetime
National Geographic
NBC
NFL-Gamepass
NHL Game Center
NowTV
Pandora
PBS
Rdio
Rhapsody
RTL Now/XL
Showcase
Showtime
Sky Go
Smithsonian
Songza
Spotify
Star Sports
SVT.se
SyFy
TCW
Tv Player
UFC TV
Wuaki
WWE
Zattoo
ZDF
VEVO
Vudu

TrickByte Review Conclusion

TrickByte is a great DNS service – it’s cheap and it supports many streaming services. TrickByte gives users ample time to test the service and should they decide to upgrade after the trial period, they would only pay $2.99 per month – which is really affordable.

In terms of performance, TrickByte passed our tests with decent marks. So is TrickByte the best in the industry? In our opinion, TrickByte can be the best all it needs to do is to continue improving its service in order to stamp its mark on the DNS market.

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