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Topic # 83898 23-May-2011 16:39
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Looking into a VPN, was looking at overplay.net, anyone know anything about them? They look quite reasonable. Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated :)

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  Reply # 473073 23-May-2011 16:45
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  Reply # 473075 23-May-2011 16:58
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Witopia or Astrill.

I can give you a 30% off link for Astrill.




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  Reply # 473096 23-May-2011 17:50
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Purhcased overplay.net vpn. So far pretty happy with the service. Gives me a huge range of servers.All unlimited use. Have tried hulu, loads extremely fast over the US West and Central servers, 600 KB/sec. Youtube is also fast, streaming 1080p.





Getting decent speeds from the US , Aus and NZ servers, 6mbps+. Also have stable ping to Aus game servers via the Australian servers, 32ms.



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  Reply # 473122 23-May-2011 18:52
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billgates: Witopia or Astrill.

I can give you a 30% off link for Astrill.


Any chance i can have that link?

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  Reply # 473123 23-May-2011 18:58
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sbaird:
billgates: Witopia or Astrill.

I can give you a 30% off link for Astrill.


Any chance i can have that link?


It's actually 40% off.
 
https://www.astrill.com/aad742320
 




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  Reply # 474846 27-May-2011 15:19
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billgates:

It's actually 40% off.
 
https://www.astrill.com/aad742320
 


Do astrill provide the openvpn files?

(They're not replying to my emails Cry)

Edit: Used the live support and they do provide the files, but we need to request it though. Smile

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