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Topic # 114409 19-Feb-2013 08:56
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Hey guys

Just a quick question. So i have been using astrill vpn for several months now and getting very good speed out of it.

I am about to renew my subscription but had one quick question..

I get an option to buy a private ip for an extra $10 a month. What does this mean? Would it increase the speed i am getting? I am really clueless here.

Cheeers

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  Reply # 765576 19-Feb-2013 09:00
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No don't think it will increase your speed.  At the moment you get a ip that a lot of other people use, that ip could be blocked by some sites due to other people doing the wrong thing.  Also I think the private ip's are less likely to be attacked (not that I have ever had a problem).



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  Reply # 765583 19-Feb-2013 09:07
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Ok.. Well i think ill just stick with a non private ip :P

Everything seems to be going fine

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