What is a VPN & why do you need one?
Is your online activity private?
ISPs keep records on browsing activity associated with your IP, even if you’re on a password secured network.
WiFi hotspots, like those at coffee shops or libraries, expose the things you do and the websites you visit. Anyone with a little tech savvy on these unsecured networks has the ability to see your activity. Without a VPN, you could be vulnerable when making purchases, using social media, banking online or sending emails.
You're missing out
There are websites, songs, videos that you can’t experience. Our VPN gets you access.
Without a VPN
You can be vulnerable to attackers
Hackers and snoops are always waiting to steal your sensitive information. And they can do it easily.
Using a VPN is a form of online safety - just like using a seatbealt in a car.
Without a VPN
People want your data
Hackers can rob you of your personal information. WiFi hotspots and public networks are notorious for this kind of activity.
Your ISP (internet service provider) can see all your activities unless your connection is encrypted.
With a VPN
Using a VPN adds security
Our VPN encrypts your data, adding anonymity & security between you and anyone who wants your personal information.
We encrypt all traffic that goes through our VPN tunnel and don’t collect any logs.
With a VPN
Set it and forget it
Our VPN runs silently in the background so you can do everything you would normally do, only better.
Our VPN masks your torrent traffic.
We don’t retain any logs related to your online, browsing or downloading activity, so even we don’t know what you’re up to.
Super Fast Speeds
With 1000+ servers in over 20 different countries, we provide you with the fastest connection as possible.
We use bank-grade encryption to ensure that your information has protection by the highest-quality encryption technology.
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