Get an American IP Address
There are a few reasons you may want to get an American IP address.
One is that you want to get access to all the cool stuff in America. Here’s a list of some cool stuff available only with an American IP address.
- MTV Online
- Streaming News
So with all this cool media available only to American IP’s, how do you get an American IP address?
The answer’s easy! With a VPN of course.
The great thing about VPN’s is that they’re easy to use, and quick to set up, with no technical knowledge needed.
You can download a VPN in two minutes.
You can set up and start using a VPN in less than five,
In fact, the thing that takes the most time is choosing a VPN company! (but we can help with that)
The number one company we recommend to get an American IP address is 12VPN.
It’s cheap – at $79 USD per year, it’s one of the cheapest services out there. There are cheaper services out there (and they’ve got a lite package which we’ll talk about later), but when considering price vs. performance, 12VPN is the BEST.
There are many American IP addresses to choose from
- Los Angeles x2
- Las Vegas
- San Jose
(8 different cities) – Most vpn services only have 2-4 available
You can switch for free servers for free, as many times as you like – most VPN services charge for this.
You can use it on any device
(See our 12VPN review page for more). 12VPN can hook you up with a VPN for just about anything. The most of any VPN service.
They’ve got an upgrade – is an American IP address not enough for you? You can upgrade and get IP addresses in The UK, Germany, France, Japan, and Holland.
Where does 12VPN fall short? – They haven’t got live support. However, they’ve got a really sweet support team, and their support teams attitude and patience is far better than any live support team we’ve dealt with. The only other support team which comes close to their friendliness is that of VyprVPN.
If you still want to shop around, StrongVPN is a bit more expensive, but also has an awesome VPN service. As one of the best known VPN services out there, they deserve their “strong” reputation.
They’ve got servers in
- New York
- San Francisco
- Los Angeles
- Washington D.C.
Which will cost you $155 USD per year for SSL/OpenVPN (Laptops/Desktops)
or three locations on the lite plan
- New York
- San Francisco
Which is $90 for a 1 Year sign up (SSL/OpenVPN)
For mobile devices it’s a bit cheaper at $75 and $100 (3 US locations, 9 US locations) but it’s the L2TP VPN protocol which is best for iPhone/iPad, Android, and other mobile stuff.
PPTP is not recommended because of it’s old-school security features and other faults.