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Jude's avatar

Dones anyone know if there is a way to access Pandora outside of the U.S.?

Asked by Jude (32162points) July 4th, 2009
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eambos's avatar

Try finding a proxy that routes through the US.

DeanV's avatar

Proxys are pretty much the only way. I think I may have seen something about it before, so I’ll look for that.

Edit: Try this, this, or this.

But I wouldn’t really recommend doing this. It’s just not worth it in my opinion when offers a similar (but not as good) service. I also believe it’s illegal.

Jude's avatar

I’m a bit of a technotard. Could someone explain to me how that works and where I can get one?

DeanV's avatar

Sorry, check my edited response. It’s not something I would recommend, however.

Jude's avatar

@dverhey Thanks. I did find this, though – Jango.

DeanV's avatar

Yeah, that’s a good site. So is

aanuszek1's avatar

Do you reside in the US or will you be traveling outside of the US?

If you were located inside the US, you could setup a program on your home computer to act as a proxy server. Then, on another computer outside the country, you could setup the web browser to use a proxy to connect to the internet through your home internet connection. This is sometimes referred to as a remote browser.

But yeah, proxies work too.

Jude's avatar

I live in Canada. Thanks. I think that I’ll stick with either or Jango.

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