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Topic # 113013 2-Jan-2013 12:41 Send private message

Hi All,

Anyone have one of those overseas VPN services, that I could borrow for half an hour or so? Damn you google music!

TIA

-Al

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  Reply # 739362 2-Jan-2013 12:50 Send private message

Where r u located



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  Reply # 739436 2-Jan-2013 17:35 Send private message

East Tamaki

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  Reply # 739459 2-Jan-2013 18:38 Send private message

If you want to download a file I can download and email to you.





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  Reply # 739472 2-Jan-2013 19:18 Send private message

why don't you download tunnelbear? It's free

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  Reply # 739473 2-Jan-2013 19:19 Send private message

+1 tunnerbear

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  Reply # 739476 2-Jan-2013 19:44 Send private message

I am in manukau you can come to my place and download it

I'm @nate
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  Reply # 739517 2-Jan-2013 22:06 Send private message

Yes. DM me.






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  Reply # 740290 4-Jan-2013 21:12 Send private message

If tunnel bear is free it sounds like the way to go, but I found some VPN service that let me have 3 hours free, so I did it that way.

Thanks.


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