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[Want] Geo Based VPN/Proxies - New IP every time?

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

  1. slntdth7

    slntdth7 Junior Member

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    I am looking for a VPN or Proxies that are located in Los Angeles.

    Basically I need it to be able to change the IP address on the fly.

    I know the simplest way is to purchase 10+ proxies(or however many random ones I need) and rotate them

    I was using HMA VPN, but I am unhappy with the service and was just wondering if there was something similar. HMA VPN would let me reconnect with a different IP but being the #1 vpn, a lot of those IPs had been used for what I was doing.

    Los Angeles/Southern California needed
     
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  2. Macthetrix

    Macthetrix Regular Member

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    Usually the VPN ips are shared therefor it is unlikely that you will find a provider that havent been used for "what you are doing"


    You answered your own question. Just get private proxies
     
  3. slntdth7

    slntdth7 Junior Member

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    Ya I figured, was trying to see if a VPN offered what HMA offered with IP switching.

    Do you have a proxy provider you can recommend that offers geo located in Los Angeles?
     
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    Try buyproxies.org or changemyip.com. Both are good providers that I have used in the past.
     
  5. micjustin33

    micjustin33 Newbie

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    I think you should try TOR browser it will be better for you.. otherwise at bestvpnservice.com you can find many VPN providers .. private proxies can help you as well
     
  6. slntdth7

    slntdth7 Junior Member

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    Thanks for all the suggestions. I've also been told that using my iPhone as a hotspot will issue my PC an IP, and then I can turn off the data on the phone, turn it back on and restart the hotspot and get a new IP about 70% of the time. Will try this out, as a Verizon IP will be more stable for me, and the services I am using wont ban VZW IPs. I am in the Los Angeles metro already, so this might work.