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What's a VPN that is Torrent Friendly.

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What's a VPN that is Torrent Friendly.

Postby Taiwan_Student » 02 Oct 2014, 21:58

I use VPN One Click. But every time I use it, the torrent app closes (UUTORENT) . As soon as I close the VPN service, the torrent app opens again. What is happening here? Is there a VPN service that is torrent friendly. I only need to use it for a month so.. I'd like one that has a reasonable short term rate. Thanks .
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Re: What's a VPN that is Torrent Friendly.

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Re: What's a VPN that is Torrent Friendly.

Postby Travellin_writer » 18 Oct 2014, 08:12

I've never had any problems with astrill. Works great in China.
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Re: What's a VPN that is Torrent Friendly.

Postby Sairy1964 » 09 Sep 2015, 17:50

Many VPNs block torrents to save their bandwidth. If you want to use VPN for torrenting then use one that supports P2P file sharing. Their are many VPNs that supports P2P file sharing. I use http://www.ivacy.com/ because they have several P2P optimized servers.
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Re: What's a VPN that is Torrent Friendly.

Postby bingde » 09 Sep 2015, 17:59

I use expressvpn. Doesn't noticeably impact torrent speeds.
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Re: What's a VPN that is Torrent Friendly.

Postby ralf1970 » 30 Oct 2015, 11:50

AirVPN Torrent are welcome :-)
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Re: What's a VPN that is Torrent Friendly.

Postby emmanuelser » 12 Jun 2016, 20:15

The best VPN I used was PIA (Private Internet Access), most importantly I can watch live sport streaming which is amazing considering most VPN will slow down your internet connection. I can only recommend this one, and yes it works with torrent as well.
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Re: What's a VPN that is Torrent Friendly.

Postby malick » 14 Jul 2016, 15:35

Yeah for torrenting i also heard very good remarks about PIA vpn for torrenting although i didn't use it, however i myself used purevpn, its provide fastest p2p file sharing services, in fact from the last 3 years i didn't have to face any issue. However there are more alternative torrent vpns. Here is a comparison table of other vpns @ http://www.vpnranks.com/torrent-vpn/
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Re: What's a VPN that is Torrent Friendly.

Postby Pattinson123 » 15 Jul 2016, 22:23

I'm pretty sure you can use any software to connect to Totalvpn (including built-in software with your OS). However, the Totalvpn software comes with a really handy feature -- the Kill Switch. This will disable your internet connection when connectivity to the VPN is lost.

I wasn't using the kill switch at first. One day I realized that the VPN got disconnected, yet I was still torrenting like a madman. I turned on the kill switch feature and haven't looked back. Has saved me countless times.

You can setup a kill switch outside of the total vpn software, but it's not very easy. i l say totalvpn is the Best Torrent VPN Service Provider
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Re: What's a VPN that is Torrent Friendly.

Postby Pattinson123 » 19 Jul 2016, 17:53

SOrry i l missing i l get this best torrent vpn from http://toptenvpnreviews.com
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