I pay for a VPN service (£30 every 6 months) that allows me to obtain an IP for almost any country I want.
Yes, but you depend on something external... What if the VPN service fails? You can't do anything to fix it I can't depend on anything outside where I'll be based at. Well, I could depend on it, but I don't want to.
Fair point, but remember that there is more than one VPN server in Spain. If one fails then I can just switch (automatically) to another.
(This message coming to you from Sweden.)
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Well, I have to see what's useful the most for me. Still some months to go!
Haha. It's very useful for anonymity and accessing things only available in other countries.
Now coming to you from Argentina. Hi, Pato.
I know. I haven't used a paid VPD but I know they're useful. I'm used to annonymizers and free proxies, though. Slow as fuck. Unreliable as shit. But useful
A paid VPN is just as fast as your regular internet connection (well 90% at least) just in case you were wondering.
Not worried by the speed. My job doesn't require high speed, but it does require a steady, reliable connection. And VPNs aren't so, as far as I'm aware...
I am sat here waiting for Noel Gallagher to appear on my TV (and The Killers) sitting through Rita Ora, Example, Labrinth...just give me what I want! Nicki Minaj is on soon
Edit: Labrinth plays the guitar?! O_o I predict an earthquake.
Rita Ora supported Coldplay last May and, although she tried hard, the incredible amount of hail that the sky decided to pour upon us kept us from enjoying her music. She was pretty hot though, I surely can remember that.