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  1. Hi there I am new to using VPN services in general, and I was wondering whether geographic location plays a role in choosing what VPN provider to use. Does one's location have an impact on the speeds experienced when browsing on the web? I know the internet is global (obviously), but from what I understand, to access the internet, requests must first be served from my PC to an ISP (which is local) and then to the outer Web. Thanks in advance for your help
  2. Entire countries are redirected to US IP addresses. Either might be an IP problem, or the servers are really in the United States. If you cannot tell if the server is where they say it is, that's quite a problem! By comparison, i have only found about two AirVPN servers that Geolocate incorrectly, and there are plenty of alternative servers in those regions to supplement. Because PIA does not allow you to connect to specific servers, you have to roll a dice and hope that you connect to a server with good speeds and proper geo location. AirVPN by contrast allows you to pick these specifically, don't like a server? Don't use it. If its slow or has improper geolocation just connect to another server in the region.
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