Let’s start with the brutal truth; there is under the Sun that comes free. So no, this article is not completely true, but it just might save you from installing malicious applications on your device. Additionally, this article is targetted for people who don’t handle critical information on their devices.
That means that if you regularly do your banking, work, and other sensitive work on your device. Please pay for premium VPN service from reputable providers. However, if you are just looking to mask your activities online from your internet service provider and perhaps your government.
That said, here is a list of the top best free VPN you can get your hands on in 2019:
This VPN comes with about 1,000 serves spread across 20 locations around the world. It has a user-friendly interface on both the mobile and desktop client. You might want to know TunnelBear was acquired by cybersecurity company McAfee.
It comes in two variants, free and premium version. The data cap is rather too low for most users at just 500MB per month. So only use it when it counts the most; perhaps those few minutes you would like total masking from your ISP or the government.
At the time of writing this article, we could not authoritatively establish just how many servers Hotspot Shield VPN has, but we do know they are spread out across 25 location around the world.
It comes with a 500MB data cap per day. The only downside with this app is that the free version does not allow you to choose the server location. So the server will be located to you as the company deems fit.
Windsribe has a very generous data cap, at 10GB per month. Though it has a limited number of server locations at just eight. To use the service, you only need a username and password. Your email is not necessary.
It gives you free 1GB data per month. As the name suggests, it strives to be quick encryption of your data. The company says it uses all possible internet connection from fixed broadband (ethernet connection) to tethered mobile 3G/4G connection.
With freemium Speedify, you get access to all the server locations that the premium package users get. Though as a freemium users you get a cap on your data.
This one is a ‘lord of the free stuff’ with no data cap at all. However, you can only use it on one device at a time and limited to just three server locations. Freemium users also get low priority on the server speed, so expect your speeds to drop during the peak hours.
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