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Q: What is the best VPN for China?

currently using NordVPN, but sometimes it doesnt work. any suggestion?

21 weeks 3 days ago in  Web & Technology - China

 
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As soon as somebody writes the name of good VNP on the Board, it will be soon deleted by authorities ... speaking by LT experience on the Board.

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@ Icnif, I'm not able to comment on your post for some reason...

 

Yeah, who knows. I doubt that the Chinese internet people rely on English teachers talking on forums for their information about what's happening in the online security world though and like I said, the big few have been around for years despite being recommended every time this question comes up. I've read that without access to the WWW Chinese researchers, business people etc would have a very hard time doing their thing so the VPNs that probably aren't easily available to the average Zhou are quietly allowed to operate.

 

You said were using a free service, I think you got what you paid for.

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You can load a bunch of vpn selections from torrent sites, I find about 6 that worked fine free when I was there, but I never named them for obvious reasons.

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