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    Recommend me a VPN Service in Singapore / Indonesia

    I know I can just order a vps and build the vpn myself, but the server on SG / IDN is very expensive. Also I already have a lot of server to manage. I just need something that just works. I don't mind paying for 1 year, or multiple year if it's a reputable vpn service. My Home Internet Bandwidth is 10 Mbps, also the little overhead is the better.

    Thanks for your suggestion.

    Comments

    • creepcreep Member

      Ivacy . $40/year.

    • edited October 8

      Do you need Open VPN specific? What about like Mullvad and Wireguard. I'm not sure their presence in .sg. I've used NordVPN for years for OpenVPN service when needed. I use .sg servers when I visit SEA. I have friends in Johor Bahru so it's perfect. They have .id presence too. Never a problem on PC or mobile. Good luck with your budget.

      Thanked by 1receivedthanks

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    • in indonesia, not much ppl use vpn, Hence not much indonesian vpn provider.

      Never use them, but may worth to try:

      https://www.flazznetworks.com/pptp-vpn-indonesia/

      https://client.atriumhosting.com/cart.php?gid=81

      Thanked by 1receivedthanks

      Great Provider: HostDoc, LunaNode, LetBox.

    • personally i use fastestvpn,you can get lifetime offer for 5 devices in stacksocial for 20usd, i live in indonesia too, my internet speed is 150mbps,using vpn i got around 130~140mbps

    • titustitus Member

      I understood, You ask for a "managed" VPN service, not a VPS, but OVH have a reliable and affordable VPS service in Singapore (of course depend of the usage frequency):
      https://www.ovh.com/asia/vps/vps-ssd.xml
      HostUS have a Singapre location too:
      https://hostus.us/openvz-vps.html

      Thanked by 1receivedthanks
    • DecicusDecicus Member
      edited October 8

      As @shallownorthdakota mentioned; Mullvad has both OpenVPN and WireGuard servers in Singapore.

      Seems like ProtonVPN also has Singapore servers (OpenVPN).

      Besides NordVPN, I know VyprVPN also has servers in both Indonesia and Singapore, but I don't really have any experience with them (though I've known of them for a few years by now).

    • @shallownorthdakota said:
      Do you need Open VPN specific? What about like Mullvad and Wireguard. I'm not sure their presence in .sg. I've used NordVPN for years for OpenVPN service when needed. I use .sg servers when I visit SEA. I have friends in Johor Bahru so it's perfect. They have .id presence too. Never a problem on PC or mobile. Good luck with your budget.

      No. I don't really care about the protocol. As long as the speed is good.

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    • @shallownorthdakota said:
      Do you need Open VPN specific? What about like Mullvad and Wireguard. I'm not sure their presence in .sg. I've used NordVPN for years for OpenVPN service when needed. I use .sg servers when I visit SEA. I have friends in Johor Bahru so it's perfect. They have .id presence too. Never a problem on PC or mobile. Good luck with your budget.

      Excuse me do you know some vpn free that works?

      Thanked by 1receivedthanks
    • NanoG6NanoG6 Member

      Windscribe "Build a plan"
      As low as $1 per month per location, but 2 location minimum.
      That said you can have both Singapore and Indonesia location for $2 per month.

    • Ivacy has both ID and SG nodes

    • EdmondEdmond Member without signature

      Considered a NAT VPS? @i83 would have a SG location starting at £4.50/yr (100mbps unmetered).
      I used it before as OpenVPN server, had no issues and got ~161ms (via IPv4 only, IPv6 gets routed differently for some reason and gets way over 200) from the Pacific Northwest, routed via HE.

      Provided you can connect to a nonstandard port (like you don't require port 80/443 or anything), great choice to choose if you don't mind the fixed, shared IP.

    • @Edmond said:
      routed via HE.

      Yes I believe mine is routed through HE in Fremont, CA which is in Northern California I believe. Close enough to PacNW.

      Thanked by 1receivedthanks

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    • @Edmond said:
      Considered a NAT VPS? @i83 would have a SG location starting at £4.50/yr (100mbps unmetered).
      I used it before as OpenVPN server, had no issues and got ~161ms (via IPv4 only, IPv6 gets routed differently for some reason and gets way over 200) from the Pacific Northwest, routed via HE.

      Provided you can connect to a nonstandard port (like you don't require port 80/443 or anything), great choice to choose if you don't mind the fixed, shared IP.

      don't waste your money, the connection is slow.. if you don't mind getting up to 2mbps

      Thanked by 1receivedthanks
    • thedpthedp Member

      If you don't wanna bother managing more servers, then maybe just go for NordVPN or ExpressVPN.

      DomainPeon -- Somewhat decent domain names at affordable prices.

    • agreed, i use ExpressVPN and NordVPN. i live in indoensia and that vpn work for Netflix too.

    • sibapersibaper Member
      edited October 9

      @andiklive said:
      agreed, i use ExpressVPN and NordVPN. i live in indoensia and that vpn work for Netflix too.

      they use rajamitra, last time I check them. Actually any VPS/server outside telkom group able to watch netflix.

      We only support unsupported OS!

    • @LastHoly said:

      @shallownorthdakota said:
      Do you need Open VPN specific? What about like Mullvad and Wireguard. I'm not sure their presence in .sg. I've used NordVPN for years for OpenVPN service when needed. I use .sg servers when I visit SEA. I have friends in Johor Bahru so it's perfect. They have .id presence too. Never a problem on PC or mobile. Good luck with your budget.

      Excuse me do you know some vpn free that works?

      Not free but someone posted this in an earlier thread a €1 "lifetime" (a vie) VPN. Only 1 location in France, and website in French, but it could work for some people that need something basic.

      https://dyjix.eu/vpn.php

      I would be weary of ANY Free VPN service. Too ripe for abuse. Good luck with your budget.

      |||| $8? 🥔🥔 Markdown on Potatoes.

    • @shallownorthdakota said:

      @LastHoly said:

      @shallownorthdakota said:
      Do you need Open VPN specific? What about like Mullvad and Wireguard. I'm not sure their presence in .sg. I've used NordVPN for years for OpenVPN service when needed. I use .sg servers when I visit SEA. I have friends in Johor Bahru so it's perfect. They have .id presence too. Never a problem on PC or mobile. Good luck with your budget.

      Excuse me do you know some vpn free that works?

      Not free but someone posted this in an earlier thread a €1 "lifetime" (a vie) VPN. Only 1 location in France, and website in French, but it could work for some people that need something basic.

      https://dyjix.eu/vpn.php

      I would be weary of ANY Free VPN service. Too ripe for abuse. Good luck with your budget.

      I'll see the VPN, my budget is little, so I think that this could work. Thank you mate.

    • @LastHoly said:

      @shallownorthdakota said:

      @LastHoly said:

      @shallownorthdakota said:
      Do you need Open VPN specific? What about like Mullvad and Wireguard. I'm not sure their presence in .sg. I've used NordVPN for years for OpenVPN service when needed. I use .sg servers when I visit SEA. I have friends in Johor Bahru so it's perfect. They have .id presence too. Never a problem on PC or mobile. Good luck with your budget.

      Excuse me do you know some vpn free that works?

      Not free but someone posted this in an earlier thread a €1 "lifetime" (a vie) VPN. Only 1 location in France, and website in French, but it could work for some people that need something basic.

      https://dyjix.eu/vpn.php

      I would be weary of ANY Free VPN service. Too ripe for abuse. Good luck with your budget.

      I'll see the VPN, my budget is little, so I think that this could work. Thank you mate.

      Glad I could help.

      Thanked by 1receivedthanks

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    • EdmondEdmond Member without signature

      @drakula said:

      @Edmond said:
      Considered a NAT VPS? @i83 would have a SG location starting at £4.50/yr (100mbps unmetered).
      I used it before as OpenVPN server, had no issues and got ~161ms (via IPv4 only, IPv6 gets routed differently for some reason and gets way over 200) from the Pacific Northwest, routed via HE.

      Provided you can connect to a nonstandard port (like you don't require port 80/443 or anything), great choice to choose if you don't mind the fixed, shared IP.

      don't waste your money, the connection is slow.. if you don't mind getting up to 2mbps

      I was able to get around 50mbps over a OpenVPN connection for a speedtest from my personal laptop so I'm not sure what your complaining about. Considering compression on communications between the server, it would be maxed out the link speed permitted, as it receives and then sends. Then again, it could be different sorts of routing from various source locations.

      Speedtest from VPS itself was a bit above 90mbps, which was decent, since link speed was suppose to be 100mbps.

      Thanked by 1receivedthanks
    • akhfaakhfa Member

      @Kousaka said:
      Ivacy has both ID and SG nodes

      Last time I use their Indonesia location, I couldn't connect to the server

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    • I end up using windscribe so far so good, even the Indonesia one. Thanks for the suggestion. The only location that is unusable (veryyyyyyyyyyyy slow) is the singapore marina bay.

      Thanked by 1receivedthanks
    • @Edmond said:

      @drakula said:

      @Edmond said:
      Considered a NAT VPS? @i83 would have a SG location starting at £4.50/yr (100mbps unmetered).
      I used it before as OpenVPN server, had no issues and got ~161ms (via IPv4 only, IPv6 gets routed differently for some reason and gets way over 200) from the Pacific Northwest, routed via HE.

      Provided you can connect to a nonstandard port (like you don't require port 80/443 or anything), great choice to choose if you don't mind the fixed, shared IP.

      don't waste your money, the connection is slow.. if you don't mind getting up to 2mbps

      I was able to get around 50mbps over a OpenVPN connection for a speedtest from my personal laptop so I'm not sure what your complaining about. Considering compression on communications between the server, it would be maxed out the link speed permitted, as it receives and then sends. Then again, it could be different sorts of routing from various source locations.

      Speedtest from VPS itself was a bit above 90mbps, which was decent, since link speed was suppose to be 100mbps.

      I don't know about @i83 but I have my fair share of nat VPN. At times they are good, but most other time, it's very slow. Well, it makes sense, because nat vps is much easier to oversold. Not that I am complaining, because it's very cheap ($3 / year or something around that)

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    • VPN? I summon you the nat mother, @mikho (@cam as father - they life happly). I use it two years now. I use it as nginx reverse proxy and OpenVPN. Running smooth with low hit on nginx and 2 OpenVPN client.

      Thanked by 2receivedthanks mikho
    • mikhomikho Member, Provider

      Singapore speeds is a hit or miss. Some days you get full speed everywhere, some other days the routing sucks monkey balls.

      Thanked by 1shallownorthdakota
      Get a LES NAT VPS! (or 10) in United States (3), Germany, Bulgaria, France, Norway, Australia (2), Singapore. | -> 500gb NAT Storage
    • thedpthedp Member

      @mikho said:
      Singapore speeds is a hit or miss. Some days you get full speed everywhere, some other days the routing sucks monkey balls.

      Indeed. Sometimes the routing seems to have lost its sense of direction 😂

      Thanked by 1mikho

      DomainPeon -- Somewhat decent domain names at affordable prices.

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