Craving Dubai TV? Here’s How to Stream it Free From AnywhereLast Updated by John Bennet on May 28, 2020
Known across the Middle East for its family-oriented Arabic programming, Dubai TV replaced Emirates Dubai Television in 2004. It is largely available in the Arab world along with parts of Australia, Europe, North America and Asia.
It’s available for free on the Nilesat and Yahsat networks.
Most Middle Eastern network television websites have their content geo-blocked, which means people outside that country cannot view it. This would become a major headache for Saudis missing their favorite shows like Muhtesem Yuzyil and Madarat, except there’s a great workaround.
How does a VPN function?
VPNs are traditionally used to add extra security and privacy to users, both individual and corporate, when they are using an untrusted network to connect to the Internet. A VPN client is downloaded and installed on the Internet-ready device of your choosing. It then can open a encrypted, private network between your computer and a remote server that may be in another city, another state, another country, or on another continent.
The remote server then assigns a new IP address to your information and sends it on to the website of choice. With a situation like trying to watch Dubai TV, the user would select a remote server in Saudi Arabia to be able to visit Dubai TV’s website and stream its programming. The website would recognize the IP address as originating in Saudi Arabia and approve it for streaming content. The content would download first to the remote server, where it would be encrypted and sent through the secure connection back to the user’s computer.
What are the step-by-step instructions for using a VPN to watch Dubai TV?
What are the best VPNs for watching Dubai TV outside of Saudi Arabia?
PrivateVPN has a great customer support system and powerful security features. It features a no-logs policy, 2,048-bit encryption, built-in leak protection and an automatic kill switch to make it one of the safest VPNs around.
IPVanish VPN has blown up in the last six years from 30 servers to more than 1,000 stretched across 60 countries. It uses 256-bit AES encryption and a no-logs policy to ensure security is at a maximum.
Additionally, IPVanish allows for unlimited bandwidth while browsing and unlimited P2P traffic.
VyprVPN is based out of Switzerland and features zero-knowledge DNS, 256-bit AES encryption, and a kill switch. It also does not limit bandwidth and is compatible with multiple encryption protocols including OpenVPN, L2TP/IPsec, PPTP, and Chameleon.
It offers more than 200,000 IP addresses on 700 servers stretched across more than 70 countries.