Channel 4 is one of the premier TV stations in the UK but it is not ordinarily available to watch from New Zealand.

This because the Channel 4 servers will check the location you are trying to reach it from and block anyone who is not from the UK.

So, if you want to watch Channel Four from New Zealand you need to ‘trick’ the servers that you are based in the UK.

It is not as difficult as it sounds but will generally cost you a small monthly fee.

One of the most common methods of unblocking Channel 4 is to use a VPN (or virtual private network). Designed originally to help workers from multinational companies communicate privately, they had the added feature of allowing anyone to hide their true IP address and choose another of their choice.

Using a VPN, anyone from New Zealand can connect to the Channel 4 servers. They do have their problems, however,. The are very heavy on your internet connection and will slow it down to frustrating levels. Also they are not the easiest to install and maintain. They are, nonetheless (as the name suggests) very private.

The latest development in this field is offered here on this site. It is a Google Chrome Extension that acts like a VPN and have you watching Channel 4 from New zealand in seconds. Unlike a VPN is is super fast and will not slow down your internet connection and is easy to install with zero maintenance.

Follow these simple steps to watch Channel 4 from New Zealand.

    1. Download Chrome Browser, if you're not already using it.

    2. Install Beebs, this nifty tool redirects all your BBC requests.

    3. The Channel 4 will reload and begin to work, and you can watch from New Zealand.