However, we’ve tried some of PIA’s US servers and some of them didn’t work.
For instance, we could access discovery+ with a Texas server, whereas the New York server prompted us with a rude denial from the service.
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Want to watch discovery+ from outside the US? PIA can help you with that.
Can I watch discovery+ for free?
It may sound weird, but apparently some countries can watch discovery+ for free, at least for now.
India, for instance, lets you access the page and watch discovery+ content without even asking you for an account.
If you try the same for the US or the UK, you’ll most likely face a login prompt, which will stop you in your tracks.
There may be other countries where you could watch discovery+ for free, we just haven’t figured them out yet.
So you may want to experiment with a VPN, try connecting to different countries and access discovery+. Maybe you’ll hit the jackpot.
In this case, you could also try using a free VPN. However, you shouldn’t expect it to work 100%, as free VPNs are generally easier to detect.
To wrap it up, a VPN is your best course of action if you’re trying to access discovery+ from outside the US.
Furthermore, there are some countries where the service is (still) free, such as India.
You could try and access discovery+ from various countries using a free VPN, just don’t expect it to work 100% of the times.
This post was written by Vlad Constantinescu and was first posted to WindowsReport