How to get an IP address in Colombia?

in colombia •  11 days ago 

Are you looking for a way to get an IP address in Colombia? Maybe you have been to the nation before and now you want to reside in it virtually, or maybe there is a TV station broadcasting a show online that you want to watch... except for the fact that you just realized that it can only be streamed if you live in Colombia.

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No matter what the reason is, there are a couple of ways in which you can get a Colombian IP address, no matter where you live. Maybe you are reading this article watching the Opera house in Sydney, or it might be that you are watching the fantastic red bridge in San Francisco from the window of your hotel? Well, it doesn't really matter where you are, because you can easily get an IP address in Colombia no matter where you might be in the world.

Get a Colombian IP address


There are lots of VPN providers on the market, but not so many of them come with servers in Colombia. But, luckily, I have found a VPN provider that will do the job for you and give you an IP address in Colombia. Which one is that?

PureVPN is the name of the VPN provider and they are one of the biggest VPN providers in the world. They have servers in way more than 100 nations, and they are one of the best for unblocking all sorts of TV networks and streaming services. In fact, you can use PureVPN to watch American Netflix, to stream BBC and ITV in England, and to unblock local TV stations in more than 100 different nations.

Not only will PureVPN give you a Colombian IP address, but they will also encrypt your online activity. As a result, you can surf encrypted without being spied on by your ISP or other people. This is very useful if you want to hide your online activities, or if you simply want to stay safe while arranging with your bank transactions, selling or purchasing Steem-tokens on your favorite cryptocurrency exchange, or whatever reason you might have.

Will a VPN connection to Colombia slow down my Internet speed?


As you connect to a PureVPN server in Colombia, you might experience that your Internet connection will slow down a bit. This is quite normal and the reason is simple. As you get a Colombian IP address, all your activity online is sent through a VPN tunnel (the connection between your device and the server in Colombia), and after it reaches the server in Colombia, it goes online. But, it is still easy to imagine that it takes some extra time for all your information to be sent through a server in Colombia before it goes "online." And yes, that is why it might slow down your connection a bit, but it shouldn't slow it down too much.

Do not forget that PureVPN has a 31-day money back policy and you can use one subscription at five devices at the same time. That is kind of awesome!

Based on what I wrote above, the closer you are to Colombia, the smaller the speed loss should be. And yes, if you are very far away from Colombia, it might slow down your connection more than if you would connect to a PureVPN server in Colombia from Brazil.

Give it a try and enjoy surfing the net with a Colombian IP address. If you need any further help or have a question, just use the comment field beneath. Since you are reading this on Steemit you need to be a registered Steemit user to write a comment. If that sounds complicated or boring, visit our PureVPN review in the IP address and write the comment there instead!

Did you know that Colombia has a population of approximately 48 million people and that the capital of the nation is Bogota? You can learn and find out much more about Colombia in the Wikipedia article about the nation. Are you more old-fashioned and want to read about the country in Encyclopedia Britannica instead, click the link and check out the content in that article.

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