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Method to get IPs from your cell phone - Your Location Only - Cheap/Free

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by slntdth7, Apr 29, 2014.

  1. slntdth7

    slntdth7 Junior Member

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    Hi, I've needed some IPs for a while and think I just found a way to get some cheap IPs.

    Now these aren't unique IPs(I doubt they are), but for me they are Verizon Wireless IPs and I don't think the site I am advertising on will ban IPs from VZW as many people use verizon wireless. This will only give you IPs in your area (but I only need it for my metro)

    I have an iPhone 5s.

    1. Turn on HotSpot
    2. Connect your PC/Laptop/Mac to the hotspot
    3. Verify your IP (such as going to a website to learn your IP).
    4. Use it to your needs
    5. Once done, On cellphone Go to Airplane mode to shutdown data, stay in this mode for 5-10 seconds
    6. Reconnect to Cell Phone Network
    7. Turn on Hotspot again(if needed)
    8. Reconnect to hotspot from your PC
    9. Verify IP, it should be a new IP

    I have found this is a good way for me to advertise since having Verizon Wireless as my provider can give me some credibility when creating accounts/advertising....these are IPs for mobile so I'm sure people have used IPs before but would services really ban these IPs? Doubt it

    I have yet to run into a duplicate IP, although if it happens just turn off data off then on and try again.

    Only works for the area you are in with your phone.
     
  2. innosoft

    innosoft Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    works same way as in india too :)
     
  3. slntdth7

    slntdth7 Junior Member

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    Awesome, nice to know it should work everywhere