WHY SHOULD I USE A VPN?
1. Protected File Sharing
With a VPN at your disposal, you and others can share files over extended periods of time without having to worry about the data being stolen or exposed.
2. Remote Access
Because a VPN is an actual network, you can access it remotely. This makes it a great resource for companies, in particular, allowing employees to work from outside the office. No matter where you are, your data and information stay protected as long as you’re using the VPN.
Anonymity is either one of the Internet’s greatest tenets or one of its greatest problems, depending on who you ask. However, the fact remains that when your identity is exposed, someone or something will come along to exploit you and your data. Furthermore, there are certain online activities that we simply don’t want to be traced back to us (we’ll leave the specifics to your imagination).
By using a VPN, you can access web applications and websites alike while retaining total anonymity. That makes a VPN far more beneficial than incognito modes and web proxies, which don’t completely protect your identity or data.
A little disclaimer: should you mask your identity by way of a VPN, we’d kindly ask that you use this benefit for the right reasons. The last thing the Internet needs is another anonymous troll!
4. Bypass Blockers and Filters
In some places around the world, Internet censorship is a real thing and it can mean that someone is more or less controlling the user’s worldview. That’s why more and more people are using VPNs, which can bypass blocked websites and Internet filters. Put the power back in your hands.
5. Improved Performance
As if online security weren’t enough, a solid VPN can also improve upon things like bandwidth and efficiency. Better performance is something no Internet user would ever argue with.
There’s never been a better time to use a VPN than this very moment and that’s because some of these networks are surprisingly affordable. Our VPN works out to £1 per month.
7. Enhanced Security
The ultimate reason to use a VPN is also the most obvious: greater online security. Remember, you can use the encrypted network remotely and that means you’re keeping things like your IP address, location, passwords, and data safe from potential hackers or big tech companies or whoever else might be trying to exploit you. Not even the ISP (Internet Service Provider) will see what you’re up to—all they’ll get are encrypted statistics from the VPN server.