HideMyAss with lots of new servers

HideMyAss growing againHideMyAss make sure that the title “The Biggest VPN provider on earth” remains true about them. Recently they added 27 new servers to their network.

Since HideMyAss is present in almost all nations of the world they did not enter into a new nation this time, but they did add servers to some new locations in countries they were already present in. With this update they also made  a strong claim on Australia adding three new servers in the nation. With this present update HideMyAss now has 13 VPN servers down under with almost 2000 different IP addresses available.

Here you can take a look at the full list of new servers added by HideMyAss.

  • Poland, Warsaw VPN (Location 1 Servers 2-3) (251 IPs)
  • USA, Michigan, Lansing VPN (Location 1 Servers 1-2) (250 IPs) (New Location)
  • Germany, Hesse, Frankfurt VPN (Location 1 Servers 9-12) (500 IPs)
  • China, Beijing VPN (53 IPs) (New Location)
  • Netherlands, Spijkenisse VPN (Location 1 Server 2) (125 IPs)
  • Belgium, Brussels VPN (Location 2 Servers 1-4) (500 IPs)
  • Finland, Helsinki VPN (Location 3 Servers 1- 2) (248 IPs)
  • France, Lyon VPN (Location 1 Server 2) (252 IPs)
  • Spain, Alicante VPN (Location 1 Server 2) (124 IPs)
  • Spain, Valencia VPN (Location 1 Servers 1-2) (248 IPs) (New Location)
  • Netherlands, Alblasserdam VPN (Location 1 Server 2) (124 IPs)
  • Australia, Sydney – Virtual USA VPN (Location 1 Servers 2-3) (256 IPs)
  • Australia, New South Wales, Sydney VPN (Location 2 Servers 2-3) (256 IPs)
  • Japan, Tokyo VPN (Location 2 Servers 2-3) (256 IPs)

Why are new servers exciting?

There are lots of reasons why such an update can make one excited. A new server means better speeds and more IP addresses. It also shows us that the VPN provider is eager to keep their customers happy. But, in the Netflix world of 2016 it is also interesting due to the fact that lots of IP addresses are blocked. But, when a VPN provider adds new servers and new IP addresses these are in general not blocked by default, meaning that this opens up new doors if you want to access Netflix in a nation from outside that nation.


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