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  1. Hi, I have a suggestion for a possible location for new servers in the United States. I think that AirVPN should add: At least one server in Virginia At least two servers in Arizona At least one server in Washington, D.C At least one server in Seattle If some (or all) of these servers were added, U.S. customers would have a much broader range of locations and it would be great! (Please note that AirVPN does not have to do any of these things, this is just a suggestion, not a demand )
  2. Hello, I would like to request additional server locations in the US. Four geographic regions I'd like to have (more, perhaps 1-3) servers are: The northwestern region (such as Seattle WA; Spokane WA would be even better)The southeastern region (such as Atlanta GA or Birmingham AL would be great)The intermountain west region (Salt Lake City UT, Denver CO)The southwest region (Austin TX, El Paso TX)Thanks. Looking forward to this implementation. Please update this thread when you have more details on this subject (such as launch date, location, number of servers). Best regards, anonym
  3. Hello everyone, I know Air and its customers (myself included) take a strong stance for Net Neutrality. I just want to make sure Air's United States customers know, the FCC is now accepting public comments on its proposed Net Neutrality (they refer to it as Open Internet) regulations. In their current state, they would enable US broadband companies to charge customers more for faster access to some sites sites, while providing access to other sites (whose operators pay the US telecoms fees) at a higher speed with no additional cost. It's critical we stand up against this! If you want to make a difference for the future of the open and free Internet, at least in the US, see the links below. Open Internet Info FCC Establishes New Inbox For Open Internet Comments Public Notice of Comment Period File Your Public Comments in the Docket If you have any additional info on this issue, feel free to post links. Best regards, anonym
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