zzm9980 wrote:If it's solely for streaming then go with Viewquest or Myrepublic as your fiber ISP and use their integrated service. It'll be much simpler and higher quality than using a Vpn for the same.
Both give you a choice of routers starting at free to paying a bit for a higher end one. With MyRepublic your options are various popular Asus models. Subsidy on it varies by length of contract and the plan you take.
zzm9980 is right - these are the guys to go with.
However, and whatever they call it, their services are DNS-routing based, not VPN. This is to fool DNS-lookups into thinking you are in Singapore. A commercial equivalent would be something like UnoTelly.
The difference might be important to you - VPN encrypts every bit of information between you and the server in the destination country. That single secure pipe between you and the VPN server is a bottleneck for congestion.
A DNS-based service basically looks access going to the site you want to visit, and masks itself to allow the visit. Which means multiple routes as the internet intended, so usually better speeds. The drawback is that any DNS based service will not access ALL sites in another country, only those with services it is monitoring. Netflix, Hulu, BBC being the big ones. If you bank with a small-town unknown whose website isn't on the radar of the DNS-service, you're SOL.
For myself, I can do 95% of what I need to do with a DNS based service, and I use StrongVPN as a backup when I need it. At $5 a month its not going to break the bank.
But yeah, big upvote for MyRepublic and Viewqwest. (VQ is about to offer a 2Gps service too, so if speed is your need its a no-brainer). If you go with the big three orange/green/red then you can use an independent DNS service and put the details into your router, the outcome is the same.
FYI, the Asus AC87U is $299 subsidised with a 1Gps service with VQ, for instance.