If you’ve been working online and reading my articles, you’d by now realize that a VPN is an absolute necessity. So much so that recently I’ve been testing out some VPN (Virtual Private Networks) to introduce to my clients aside from the Opera Browser, which is free (Deer, 2016, September 20) but tied to a browser.
VPN’s are basically Servers that allow you to log in and appear as if your Internet traffic is coming from that country. They are what make watching Netflix and working online (Deer, 2014, September 20) possible for Many Jamaicans.
So I’ve compiled a list of VPN’s which I’ve been testing out recently that give you the option to upgrade to a professional VPN:
- CyberGhost VPN
- Hotspot Shield
- SpotFlux Free VPN
- Steganos Online Shield VPN
- VPN Book
- WiFi Protector
You can also get free usage options as follows:
If you want an ABSOLUTELY FREE VPN with NO Ads and you’re willing to try installing an APK (Android Package Kit), then you can download the VPN Master for Google Android smartphones from the link below on your smartphone:
You can check if the VPN is working by restarting you device, be it a PC or phone and checking your IP address using the following website:
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- Deer, L. (2014, September 20). Surfing the Internet Anonymously using VPN – How to use Streaming Set Top Boxes over VPN. Retrieved from http://mythoughtsontechnologyandjamaica.blogspot.com/2014/09/surfing-internet-anonymously-using-vpn.html
- Deer, L. (2016, September 20). How to get a Free VPN using an Opera Browser. Retrieved from http://mythoughtsontechnologyandjamaica.blogspot.com/2016/09/Free-VPN-Opera-Browser.html