5 Tips to get started with streaming TV Outside USA

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Now that classic and contemporary movies and TV shows are easily available with the bulk of streaming services, some even available on more than one, you get to choose the best between a set of different options.

You can unlock YouTube TV Outside the USA to view all the shows that are so easily available, or you can directly stream from your region’s variant of Netflix. However, your streaming experience may not turn out so well if you don’t know the right tricks yet.

There are some important tips you need to keep in mind while streaming, especially related to the devices you’re streaming on, the network you are connected to and the process with which you are going to stream. Lucky for you, this blog has all the information you need.

Stable Internet Connection is Key

The best streaming experience is the one that is buffer-free. Imagine watching your favorite episode, and you’re approaching a cliffhanger, but the player starts to buffer. You’d be pretty upset right?

Well, to avoid such mishaps, you must ensure that the internet connection you have provides adequate amounts of speeds. You need 3 Mbps speed or more to stream in SD, 5 Mbps or more to stream in HD, and 25 Mbps or more to stream in 4K resolution.

So if you’re planning on catching up on a few episodes of the last TV series you were watching, you better get an Internet Service Provider that provides a connection of at least 5+ Mbps.

Stream on Phones, TVs, PCs, Consoles

Whichever streaming service you plan on subscribing to, do check if it is compatible with the device you usually stream on. Most streaming services are easily streamable on Windows, iOS, and Android devices, but when it comes to TVs and consoles, you may face some issues.

Moreover, if you plan to use a VPN to unblock a geo-restricted streaming service, you might want to double-check if your streaming device or console is configurable with the VPN or not.

Subscribe to a Streaming Service

When it is time to choose which streaming service to subscribe to, most people often make the wrong decision. To choose the service that fits your expectations best, a little research must be conducted.

Therefore, you must research prices, compatible devices, simultaneous streams, streaming quality, content line-up, etc., so as to ensure that your final choice and your investment in it is worth it.

Stream Live

While some streaming services offer live content, other services allow you to broadcast as well. You can play games online and stream live, react to some hilarious videos, or just have a fun chit-chat session with your friends, while using these services, for instance, YouTube.

How to Stream

The process for streaming includes three important factors that need to be taken into consideration.

  1. Device

Boot your streaming device up. If you are streaming on your TV, you will need to connect your phone to it.

  1. Internet

Make sure you are connected to super-fast Wi-Fi for uninterrupted streaming. If you are broadcasting from your phone to your TV, both devices must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

  1. Streaming Service App

Install the app for whichever streaming service you have chosen to subscribe to and start streaming to your heart’s content!


With this said, you should definitely prepare yourself to have the best streaming experience. There’s no joy like buffer-free video streaming and this article has you sorted. 

Are you ready for the best streaming adventure of your life? Tick each of our tips off your check list and enjoy the ride!


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