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I bought a 10 mbps DSL Internet. Though, there was a catch that I've overlooked – this is only within Philippines. The connection with other continents is pretty poor, download speed is roughly 500 kbps.

What if I would purchase a dedicated server somewhere in Philippines, setup VPN on it and this way get a speedy connection with the rest of the world. Is that possible or am I overlooking something?

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That would work, although you'd need to take a careful look at the bandwidth and costs of the dedicated server to avoid the same problem. The underlying constraint is probably the international link to the Philippines being maxed out.

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and the dedicated server would need to be cheaper than upgrading the DSL –  Journeyman Geek Jun 15 '12 at 8:49

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