BBC iPlayer Buffering With A VPN?, Solve This Problem
When watch BBC iPlayer or ITV Player abroad using a VPN connection buffer can often happen. Although your speed will always slow down slightly when connected to a VPN due to pinging on a signal to the UK and back and encrypting and decrypting that signal also, but if you are using a reputable VPN then this should hardly be noticeable.
There was chatter in the down under tech world that Australian ISP Telstra was urged by Beeb Australia to ‘throttle’ VPN traffic if connected for too long, but so far this has not happened and would of course take some real explaining.
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