WHAT IS A VPN?

Many people are looking for one and yet do not really know what one is, well let us shed some light on this. A VPN is a Virtual Private Network that allows internet users to connect to the internet via a tunnelled connection. This tunnelled connection pings the users internet connection via a secure and encrypted VPN server, which is quite often located in a different county.

Connecting to the internet via one of these has many benefits. When you connect to the internet via a VPN, you are safe from hackers when on public WIFI networks, as your data packets are sent in an almost military grade fashion to and from the internet via a secure VPN tunnel. This does mean that it is virtually impossible for anyone to either see your data or steal it.

A big by-product of this is that when you are accessing the internet via one of these, your online tracks are totally anonymous, so that you may browse and download anything that you like online without either your local ISP or government seeing what you are looking at. This means that you can access websites that may be blocked by your local Internet Service Provider or Countries Government.

In countries like China and Turkey, whole chunks of the Internet are switched off. Services like YouTube, Twitter, Skype and even Microsoft and Google are blocked, really minimising what you can actually see online when in these places. When you have a VPN connected on your devices, these restrictions then become a thing of the past.

TV USE

For over a decade now the main use for VPN’s has not really been privacy, it has been for accessing blocked TV apps. If you are a person from say the United Kingdom, now living in Saudi Arabia, the only way that you are going to be able to watch Television shows form back home is by watching the TV apps from back home, such as BBC iPlayer & ITV Hub. These apps however are only available in the United Kingdom, unless you have a VPN installed that is.

When you have a UK VPN running on your device, this will switch the IP address of wherever you are to that of one from the United Kingdom. This will enable you to access not only all British TV apps, but also gaming, poker and casinos websites and apps anywhere in the world.

For over a decade now the main use for VPN’s has not really been privacy, it has been for accessing blocked TV apps. If you are a person from say the United Kingdom, now living in Saudi Arabia, the only way that you are going to be able to watch Television shows form back home is by watching the TV apps from back home, such as BBC iPlayer & ITV Hub. These apps however are only available in the United Kingdom, unless you have a VPN installed that is.

When you have a UK VPN running on your device, this will switch the IP address of wherever you are to that of one from the United Kingdom. This will enable you to access not only all British TV apps, but also gaming, poker and casinos websites and apps anywhere in the world.

Our service costs £6.99 via PayPal for an unlimited UK/US/CA/EU VPN account and will run simultaneously on 3x devices. When you have a VPN you will have 3 major benefits. 1. The unblocking of apps from other countries (like BBC, ITV, Netflix US etc) 2. Internet security (prevent hacking) 3. Internet anonymity (Hide your tracks).