Having gained popularity in Australia, the Virtual Private Network (VPN) became even more patronized since the government announced data retention feature. VPNs cover the location and encrypt the location to ensure that only the computers from each end will be able to recognize the communication.
Here are my top choices for VPNs:
Private Internet Access (PIA)
PIA is supposedly the most known VPN on the market. It is high speed and easy to use. However, its downsides include occasional dropouts and no way to select specific server to use.
It performs with high speed, extremely easy to set up and affordable at $4.89 per month. Its downside is its poor customer support which is irregular and not available 24/7.
Express VPN is heavy-duty and has extremely fast speed. It does not offer free trial but does have a 30-day money back guarantee.
It’s great for users who want free browsing using a Mac. They can get 500MB per month for free.
Offers a trial mode which comes with 100MB of free daily bandwidth. After the free package is exhausted, you’ll have to pay $4 to enjoy access oto over 15 VPN servers in different countries like USA, Netherlands, UK and Germany.
So that’s all folks. For those asking me about VPNs and stuff, select among these choices and start your VPN experience.