I used to be on OpenDNS too, but switched back to my provider's servers some months ago. The reason for this is that some ill-designed CDNs rely on you doing so, to deliver data through the most efficient path. If I use name servers from the US, they think I reside there and use a sub-optimal route. But that won't be a problem for you as they have servers on your city.Change my DNS to OpenDNS (in order to keep my searches out of the hands of Concast) cost: Free
Do note OpenDNS does hijacking of their own as well. If you mistype a domain, they redirect you to a search page with advertising. Turning that off requires you to make an account and such.