Location Changer

Chicago, IL

#1 Nov 25, 2008
I have noticed that a few of you still are wondering how to change your location. This thread was created for those of you who want to know how to change your ISP location. I am sure there are many more ways to do it. Here is one easy way. The first thing you must have is either a regional or national Internet Service Provider (ISP) that provides either High Speed or dial up. I say regional or national because large ISP's have more phone numbers in different regions. For example, AT&T has partnered with Yahoo and they provide both DSL as well as dial up service. If you live in a rural area, DSL is not available so dial up would be the logical choice. AT&T Yahoo Dial has local numbers almost in every major town. The simplest thing to do is just dial into an alternate number in a different town. Depending upon your home phone provider, this could be a long distance call. You won’t be on that long because hopefully you have a text editor like Microsoft Word. Pre-type your message. Then spell check. Dial in to a distant number, post your message then log off. If you have DSL, you can ask for a list of numbers in the event your DSL is down so you can dial in. Again, the call may be long distance. So if I want my ISP Location to be Texas, I would call an AT&T Yahoo Dial phone number in Texas.
Your ISP can provide you with a list of numbers. Your home phone provider can tell you if the call will be long distance or not. I added the comment to spell check because so many of you really need start using some sort of spelling or grammar checker.
Location Changer

Chicago, IL

#2 Nov 25, 2008
I know some of you are wondering, "I'm in Connersville but my ISP says Wabash"? "Why is that"? It's because that is where your "Local" ISP hub is located.
equally worthless info

AOL

#4 Nov 25, 2008
you can send snail mail free by putting the destination address on the return address section and address the letter to a bogus address.
The New Truth

Chicago, IL

#5 Nov 25, 2008
But changing locations is not a federal offense. Cheating the U.S. Government out of 42 cents could send you to prison.
equally worthless info wrote:
you can send snail mail free by putting the destination address on the return address section and address the letter to a bogus address.
grasp of the obvious

AOL

#6 Nov 25, 2008
did i say the information was valuable?
joe average

Severn, MD

#7 Nov 25, 2008
Location Changer wrote:
I have noticed that a few of you still are wondering how to change your location. This thread was created for those of you who want to know how to change your ISP location. I am sure there are many more ways to do it. Here is one easy way. The first thing you must have is either a regional or national Internet Service Provider (ISP) that provides either High Speed or dial up. I say regional or national because large ISP's have more phone numbers in different regions. For example, AT&T has partnered with Yahoo and they provide both DSL as well as dial up service. If you live in a rural area, DSL is not available so dial up would be the logical choice. AT&T Yahoo Dial has local numbers almost in every major town. The simplest thing to do is just dial into an alternate number in a different town. Depending upon your home phone provider, this could be a long distance call. You won’t be on that long because hopefully you have a text editor like Microsoft Word. Pre-type your message. Then spell check. Dial in to a distant number, post your message then log off. If you have DSL, you can ask for a list of numbers in the event your DSL is down so you can dial in. Again, the call may be long distance. So if I want my ISP Location to be Texas, I would call an AT&T Yahoo Dial phone number in Texas.
Your ISP can provide you with a list of numbers. Your home phone provider can tell you if the call will be long distance or not. I added the comment to spell check because so many of you really need start using some sort of spelling or grammar checker.
I wonder if so many of us that don't use spell check just do that because of our m. o.(method of operation)? You know, to look dumb or maybe we use computers every day and don't know how to use spell check because we are dumb. Go figure - I mean figur - where's my grammer checkar?
Berus dawai

Malaysia

#8 Dec 21, 2008
yoo
Mangkuk

Malaysia

#9 Dec 21, 2008
yehaaa
hmmmm

Warsaw, IN

#10 Sep 20, 2010
Things that make you say hmmm
IDKIDC

United States

#11 Sep 20, 2010
good information...but some of us have nothing to hide
DSL

South Jordan, UT

#12 Jul 26, 2012
Location Changer wrote:
I have noticed that a few of you still are wondering how to change your location. This thread was created for those of you who want to know how to change your ISP location. I am sure there are many more ways to do it. Here is one easy way. The first thing you must have is either a regional or national Internet Service Provider (ISP) that provides either High Speed or dial up. I say regional or national because large ISP's have more phone numbers in different regions. For example, AT&T has partnered with Yahoo and they provide both DSL as well as dial up service. If you live in a rural area, DSL is not available so dial up would be the logical choice. AT&T Yahoo Dial has local numbers almost in every major town. The simplest thing to do is just dial into an alternate number in a different town. Depending upon your home phone provider, this could be a long distance call. You won’t be on that long because hopefully you have a text editor like Microsoft Word. Pre-type your message. Then spell check. Dial in to a distant number, post your message then log off. If you have DSL, you can ask for a list of numbers in the event your DSL is down so you can dial in. Again, the call may be long distance. So if I want my ISP Location to be Texas, I would call an AT&T Yahoo Dial phone number in Texas.
Your ISP can provide you with a list of numbers. Your home phone provider can tell you if the call will be long distance or not. I added the comment to spell check because so many of you really need start using some sort of spelling or grammar checker.
WHEN I CHANGE MY ISP I CAN'T GET ONTO THE INTERNET. I HAVE QWEST DSL. THE ONLY WAY I CAN USE THE INTERNET IS TO USE MY ISP'S EXACT ADDRESS. COULD YOU PLEASE EXPLAIN WHY THIS IS THE CASE? THANKS!
Literate Louie

Thorntown, IN

#13 Jul 26, 2012
It makes no difference. You can be traced any way you go, if they want to find you. Your post is useless internet jibberish.

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