A small list of free VPN providers

A small list of free VPN providers

In the article “A small list of free VPN providers”I will tell you about free providers with a VPN service.

Here are 11 reasons why you should use VPN services:
– VPN provides privacy and your IP address;
– The use of any networks (public or private or with free Wi-Fi) encryption;
– Connect to your home or office network from anywhere with privacy;
– View any sites;
– To transmit or receive the data (files, videos, passwords and so on) with privacy;
– You can hide your voice/VOIP calls;
– And of course, you want to remain completely anonymous.

Protection inherently has different definitions for different people, but usually privacy means the ability to exclude information about yourself.

1. VPN provider CyberGhost. This provider supports Mac, PC, iOS, Linux and Android.

2. VPN provider – VPNBook. This provider has support for Windows, Linux, Apple, Mobile and PS3

3. VPN provider – TorVPN. This provider has support for Macintosh, Linux, Android, iPhone to use 1Gb of data.

That’s it for now, add in the comments if you find more.

Good Luck!!!

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Shoaib Usman
Shoaib Usman
2022 years ago

I would suggest going for the paid vpn service providers, also taking in to consideration the vpn speed they provide. https://www.vpnranks.com/vpn-speed-tests/?utm_source=vpn%2Cspeed%2Ctest&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=SU

Mickel Clark
Mickel Clark
2022 years ago

I am surprised Ivacy lite is not in the list. Its a free vpn service with unlimited data.
https://lite.ivacy.com/

Eve Hunt
Eve Hunt
2022 years ago

AirVPN.org and mullvad.net deserve some props. They are awesome and accept bitcoin as well. With 3 tunnels per account, I think mullvad is by far the best deal around.regards: <a href="https://www.thedarkweblinks.com/dark-web-links/">Eve Hunt</a>

Kashif Ali
Kashif Ali
2022 years ago

Ivacy, no confusion about that. It was only after using Ivacy's free version I shifted to its premium version. It is the fastest VPN I have used which was free!