The key limitations are: ● 1Mb/s bandwidth per connection ● No country selection ● One connection per account Whilst this is fine for security and privacy, you can’t really use it for downloading, streaming and accessing geographically restricted content. ● Bypass network restrictions to access sites like Facebook and Twitter.
The idea of a free VPN is something that we have previously derided, as after all, if you aren’t paying for the product, you probably are the product.
In our opinion this is a fair assessment of the current offerings in the free VPN space.
Our paid plans allow you to choose from 44 supported countries. At the same time, this gives us the opportunity to educate the users a little further about the wide applications of a VPN.
● Free Plans have 1 Mbit/s bandwidth for each user. Although, it would be kind of difficult to prove that we ARE really protecting your privacy.
Providing a free VPN service, really does feel like the right thing to do and if our numbers are correct, we think we can do it without breaking the bank.
Now, clearly we can’t just give away the same service as our paid plans, as we’d go out of business straight away, so what we have come up with is a basic offering that is perfectly suitable to secure your internet connection and ensure your privacy, whilst not providing the additional benefits of our paid service. ● We are not under the 14 Eyes jurisdiction and our country registrar has no data retention laws. Free Plan summary: No logging and no third parties, our free service is protected by the same policies as our paid plans.
We’ve been providing VPN services for almost ten years and have built up good relationships with our service providers around this world.
Thanks to improvements in computing power and reductions in cost, we have now reached the point where we can provide a limited free service on commodity hardware.
Deriving from the UKUSA Agreement, which is essentially an agreement to collect, analyse, and share intelligence between these countries.