Access Hulu, Pandora, BBC iPlayer and more with Hola Unblocker

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Last month i wrote and entry on how to access Hulu outside U.S. with the help of a Firefox extension: Access Hulu outside US with MediaHint . With it, i can watch Hulu and BBC’s iPlayer without problems. I haven’t tried the other services though.

Now, there is another one making waves called Hola Unblocker, which basically let’s you access Hulu, Netflix, Pandora,  BBC iPlayer, cbs.com and fox.com and through the installation of the Windows client you get to unlock a few more: aetv.com, channel4.com, play.google.com, syfy.com, travelchannel.com, usanetwork.com, youtube.com and more.

I installed it on my Chrome browser to test it and at first i had some issues, but then i managed to get it run. It does what it says with the websites i am most interested in and those are: Hulu and BBC iPlayer. I can view the content and the speed is really good.
I did test some other services and i got access, so i guess the only thing i can say now is: so far, so good.

Hola promises speed, access to websites blocked in your country (Hulu, BBC iPlayer, etc) and some levels of anonymity as well as the possibility to bypass censorship of websites such as Facebook, Google or Twitter.

If you wish to see all the information about it, visit Hola – FAQ page.

Hola is available on the following platforms:

  • Hola client for Windows(7, XP, Vista – Win8 coming soon) – for Internet acceleration and unblocking of sites
  • Hola app for Android– for Internet acceleration and unblocking of sites (Only a few sites currently unblocked, more soon!)
  • Hola Chrome extension– for unblocking ONLY. Runs on all operating systems that run Chrome version 22 and up, except mobile.
  • Hola Firefox extension– for unblocking ONLY. Runs on all operating systems that run Firefox version 12 and up, except mobile.
  • Hola does not yet support Windows8, Windows Mobile, and Apple operating systems. Try our Unblocker Chrome extensionor our Unblocker Firefox extensionfor these.



  • Arman John

    Thanks for the article, Carol. I personally use the UnoTelly DNS option. It’s ideal for content streaming because unlike VPNs, there is no internet speed loss when using it.