Are you one of the many people suffering from Netflix streaming errors like the following: F7111–1331–5059 (or an error code somewhat similar)?
Those getting this error message all have one thing in common and that is that they have been using either a VPN service or maybe a DNS service to watch Netflix. Maybe you did not even know about it, or maybe you knew, but now you have a problem that you can not watch Netflix like before. Maybe you have used a VPN provider that worked with Netflix for a long time, but now it has suddenly stopped. What can you do?
Is there anything you can do to bypass Netflix geo-blocks?
But, is there anything you can do so that you can still watch Netflix like before and even watch Netflix in other regions and countries than the one you are presently in, or will you be stuck forever with the Netflix streaming error message? Yes, there is, but things are changing and it might be that what is working today will be blocked tomorrow. It seems as if most VPN providers have gotten their IP addresses blocked, but there are still some providers who can help you.
Since Netflix is changing their blocks all the time, it is hard to give one constant answer. But, since the geo-blocks started in 2016, there has been one VPN provider constantly working with American Netflix, and now also with several other regions. That VPN provider is ExpressVPN.
You can read more about all the different Netflix regions you can enjoy with ExpressVPN at netflix.fromabroad.org.
I have gotten rid of the Netflix streaming error message… have you?
I have tried this myself and it works meaning that I do not get the Netflix streaming error message anymore. I will keep on testing to make sure that this article is up to date. If you have comments or questions, just use the comment field.
Take a look at the video above to see even more information on how you can get rid of the streaming error messages on Netflix.