VPNs are all about granting anonymity — but veteran SurfBouncer takes this to quite the extreme.
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This provider doesn’t disclose the jurisdiction it operates under, nor does it provide a physical address. For all we know, it could be a ghost company behind this VPN. But as long as the service is good…
...and it is. You can subscribe to a wide array of services, from anti-censorship and dedicated VPNs to family plans and even routers. In addition, there are “Lite” plans aimed at those who’re after unblocking content in specific locations — like the US, UK, or select European countries.
Encryption is solid, with all major VPN protocols available.... read more
TrilightZone offers secure, private, and anonymous Internet connections. They change your IP address so the website you visit cannot see your real details. They support OpenVPN, which is the most secure VPN protocol. They do not support weak protocols such as PPTP, making sure you’re always protected when you use their VPN services.
TrilightZone offers several other services such as secure email, anonymous newsgroup subscription, and private domain services.
They have three price packages: three months, 6-months, and yearly. However, their packages are for two countries only. If you want to access the servers of more than two countries, you need to pay extra.
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USAIP’s name may be a bit misleading. Yes, this VPN will get you an IP address in the US, but also in 19 other countries around the world!
Encryption is solid, and supported protocols include L2TP, PPTP, OpenVPN, and SSTP via port 443. Some baked-in features are available as well, including auto-reconnect, DNS forwarding, and a kill switch.
What’s more, this great bundle is light on the pocket. USAIP sits comfortably in the “budget” category as far as price, but the service quality is superb.
VPN In Touch is a Germany based VPN service provider offering privacy solutions to guard online anonymity.
They offer 6-monthly, and yearly plans. If you’re looking for cost savings, you can opt for the yearly plan that’s cheap and affordable.
It’s a good VPN with no limitations on bandwidth, speed, and server switching. Users can connect up to 3 devices simultaneously on a single license, which means you can connect your desktop, smartphone, and tablet by paying just once. It’s a pretty economical deal.
Supported platforms include Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, and Windows phone, so you can stay protected even on the go.
They provide support for a range of protocols inclu... read more
VPNaccounts.com.com is known for providing secure and private Internet access. They bypass geo-restrictions and provide IP switching services. If you live in a country (such as UAE or Saudi Arabia) where online censorship is a major issue, you can use VPNaccounts.com.com to evade government website blocks.
VPNaccounts.com provides PPTP, L2TP, and SSTP protocol support. A glaring shortcoming of this VPN service is the absence of OpenVPN. On the positive side, they provide unmetered bandwidth and a 30-day money back guarantee on all their plans if you pay via a credit card.
Plans are offered for monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual basis. The annual plan is the cheapest and offers... read more
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