Search  
Tuesday, January 15, 2019 ..:: tranpelecfunc1973 ::.. Register  Login
Michael Regan

won’t throttle your connection and claims to be the ‘world’s fastest VPN’

is a free VPN that offers protection for all of your devices - both desktop and mobile

Having a VPN provider that you can subscribe to without an email address and one that accepts Bitcoin payments, for maximum privacy, is pretty much the best you can expect online. Some providers also offer double hopping where you can obfuscate your traffic further by essentially doubling down on privacy.

Like some of the other free VPN providers featured in this roundup, is available for a number of platforms – specifically Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. Another characteristic shared with many of its contemporaries is the existence of a limited, free package in addition to paid-for subscriptions. Well, sort of. Rather than offering a traditional monthly subscription package, you are instead provided with 200MB of non-expiring data to use as you want.When this runs out, you can purchase more data in bundles of 20GB or 100GB. If you feel that you'd like to use PrivateTunnel all the time, you can opt for a $30 per year package which give you unlimited data – see the 200MB as something of a taster session to see if you like everything. As a VPN, PrivateTunnel works fairly well, although connections can be a little temperamental at times. It's all very easy to use, so there's little reason not to take it for a test drive.

We can understand why you'd want to download a free . You've heard about the extra safety that a Virtual Private Network affords when using the internet and maybe you want to experiment with accessing parts of the web that are geo-blocked where you are - but you don't want to pay a dime for the privilege. Well on this page, you'll find our pick of the best free VPN options available to download today. We've tested and retested dozens of them and assessed their ability to keep your online activity safe and anonymous.

You get native software for Windows and Mac, Android and iOS, with the Windows client being smartly designed, plus there’s 24/7 technical support (which is in place even for free users). Performance was impressive in our testing, too. Overall, then, this is a more-than-solid free offering which tries to maintain your privacy, without too many restrictions.

TunnelBear offers a range of paid-for plans that remove the restrictions associated with the free plan, like the download limit, the numbers of countries available and the amount of connected devices.TechRadar has secured an exclusive deal from TunnelBear that gives you all this for as little as , that's a whopping 58% saving.

So is it possible to get a good and completely free VPN that does the job then ? The answer is... sort of. Ultimately, if you're looking for a free VPN for casual use you will find something that meets your needs - just so long as you are happy with the limitations that free VPNs usually come with.

is incredibly simple to use – just switch it on and choose a location, and your internet traffic will be re-routed via that node

is without doubt the best free VPN out there right now. It might have something of a cutesy design, but it's a serious free VPN, especially after its acquisition by security giant, McAfee. There are free and paid-for subscriptions to choose from. The only restriction with the free plan is that you are limited to 500MB of traffic each month. This isn't a huge amount, so you won’t be able to use TunnelBear all of the time without paying, but it's great for those times when you feel like you need a little extra protection and want to go down the VPN free route. It’s also interesting to note that TunnelBear recently tuned up its privacy policy, so the VPN now collects even less data on users – removing the need to supply a first name to sign up, and ditching its record of the user’s number of total lifetime connections.

, and this should enable you to access just about anything you want; in the free version, you're limited to locations that Hotspot Shield chooses for you. Those on the free plan can protect up to five devices simultaneously, and are limited to 500MB of data per day, which isn’t a massive amount, but will suffice for very light or occasional usage.

is another provider that offers a free VPN alongside a paid option, but the former has some very strong points, the most notable of which is that it doesn’t impose any bandwidth restrictions. In other words, you’re free to use as much data as you want every month. There are, naturally enough, limitations for the free plan to incentivize upgrading to the paid offering. And ProtonVPN Free’s restrictions include limiting you to only one device, only three locations, and free users get a lower priority when it comes to speed compared to paying subscribers. There’s no P2P support either. But if you can live with that, this is an impressive provider with a strict no logging policy, and you can sign up with nothing more than your email address. There aren’t even any ads on the website, let alone the client.

, as the name suggests, has one main aim as a free VPN provider: to ensure that while you benefit from encryption, your internet connection remains as speedy as possible. To that end, this provider will make use of all available internet connections to get the best possible performance, potentially combining, say, an Ethernet connection (fixed broadband) with a tethered mobile 3G/4G connection. Even if you only have one type of internet connection, the firm claims its turbocharging technology will still help speed things up.

*Turkey Shoot*

Friday & Saturday
7:00 PM in the Canteen

*KARAOKE*

Friday & Saturday
8:30 PM in the Canteen

Site hosted by 
 lemonbanner.jpg
Lemonade.Net
 
Copyright 2006-2017 - R.A. Mitchell American Legion Post 51   Terms Of Use  Privacy Statement
DotNetNuke® is copyright 2002-2019 by Perpetual Motion Interactive Systems Inc.