StreamLocator Unblocking Technology Is In Demand During Lockdown

Helpon Inc has defied convention in the Content Streaming and Cordcutting market with the release of it's StreamLocator router hub. Find out more at https://www.streamlocator.com

Thornhill, Canada - September 16, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Helpon Inc. today reflected on its release of StreamLocator at the beginning of 2020, which was in development for 8 months and has proven very popular during the pandemic as people have been seeking ever more streaming content to fill their socially-distanced spare time.

Resolved to tackle an issue that will be familiar to anyone who has tried to access their favorite, paid for streaming services from abroad, they have created a solution that, well, just works.

Unlike other solutions commonly used to gain access to content not available in a given country, StreamLocator has proven to be a reliable, easy-to-use alternative, compatible with all streaming devices and that doesn’t throttle bandwidth… and by defying convention, this plug & play hub has exploded in popularity as many of us have exhausted our bucket list shows and movies during our extended time at home.

Leo Pechersky, Founder (ex- Unblock Us) of Helpon Inc, who are based in Canada and the creators of StreamLocator, says:

“We wanted to try something new with StreamLocator. Anyone familiar with the international Content Streaming market will probably have noticed how certain solutions dominate the space. However they all offer a service that is quite rightly targeted, easily identified and blocked by streaming providers – and yet they still focus on this as a key reason to use them.

“It’s misleading at best. These types of service require you to install their software, apps or browser extensions, which means that common types of device used to access streaming content are inaccessible. For example, Smart TV and games console manufacturers usually do not allow services that they deem to fall below their ethical standards to create apps for their platforms, while StreamLocator doesn’t require installing anything, just the ability to switch WiFi network.

“Equally, these alternatives are hard work to set up and being too complicated for most, require a good amount of technical knowledge to use. StreamLocator is plug and play..”

So, as a welcome breath of fresh air, StreamLocator provides a hardware and subscription service that is simple to use, compatible with every device, with no limitations and is 100% reliable. . StreamLocator chose to develop this solution because, having worked in this space for a number of years, they’ve been well aware of the issues faced by frequent travellers, expats and service personnel and domestic streamers looking for me – and knew that they could create an easier, more reliable way to solve the problem. The internet was built without borders, and they believe it should stay that way..

Leo Pechersky also said:

“We want to give our customers more access to more content on the streaming platforms that they’re subscribed to. With StreamLocator, they have a fresh new possibility. We want them to feel like the world of legitimate streaming content is now open to them when using StreamLocator. Trying something new is always a risk, but with our 30-day money-back guarantee, it’s really no risk at all.”

Helpon Inc has been in business for 18 months but the founders been in this space for over a decade. Since Day 1 it has always aimed to provide an Internet without borders.

The StreamLocator router and subscription plans are now available at Streamlocator.com – with free shipping in Canada, the EU, UK and Israel – and via Amazon in Canada, France, Germany, Italy and the UK.. To find out more, visit https://www.streamlocator.com

For further information about StreamLocator, visit https://www.streamlocator.com

Contact Info:
Name: Leo Pechersky
Email: Send Email
Organization: StreamLocator (Helpon Inc)
Address: 3-1136 Centre Street, Suite 152, Thornhill, Ontario L4J 3M8, Canada
Website: https://www.streamlocator.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88976718

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