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The best free VPNs in 2019

Tec people continually looking for software to do something better than before. So the VPNs ( Virtual Private Network ) are the best tool that they can use to stay anonymous in the network, and this can operate anywhere in the world to protect your privacy. In short, VPN is an encrypted network connection which can create a tunnel for the user. If you need to protect your privacy from unknown sources, you should use this connection. For instance, when you drive out of your home, someone can track down your route without your concern. But if you use a strategy to skip that unknown involvement, you can be free from the hassles. In this case, you could drive your vehicle into the tunnel and change the appearance of the vehicle. After that your identity is untraceable and dynamic since the appearance has changed according to your requirement.

VPNs have features to change our geographical location by allocating a dynamic IP ( Internet Protocol ) to a selected country. However, not all VPNs can be provided such features because it depends on the subscription plan. Some free VPNs have the maximum amount of bandwidth that can be used per day or month, and also you cannot jump into another server with fewer people to obtain a high-speed connection. These drawbacks are available in free VPNs, but there are some free versions that they offer premium-level features.

How to choose the right free VPN?


TunnelBear


Pros:
Affordable. Friendly, approachable design. Browser extensions,
including stand-alone ad blocker. Good speed test results.

Cons:
Lack of geographic diversity in server locations.
Proton VPN


Pros:
Excellent free version. Flexible, low-cost plans. Focus on physical
security. Multi-hop VPN to secure locations and Tor connections.

Cons:
Few servers and locations. Difficult to find the fastest servers.
Full access to servers and features only at the highest pay level.
AnchorFree Hotspot Shield VPN


Pros:
Easy-to-use software. Free version available. Large server network.
P2P and BitTorrent allowed. Malware detection. Free browser
plug-ins.

Cons:
Expensive. Comparably few server locations. No specialized servers.
Plug-in conflict with Chromebooks.
Avira Phantom VPN


Pros:
Unlimited devices, even in the free version. Affordable, flexible
pricing. Excellent consumer privacy policy. Botnet protection.
Allows P2P and BitTorrent.

Cons:
Few servers and server locations. Inelegant desktop client.

Written By: Asela Daskon

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  3. Highly energetic article, I loved that a lot. Will there be a part 2?

    • Yes, I found a new VPS that we can hide our location. I will post it today.

  4. It was helpful. Keep on posting!

    • Yes, Izzi I will do that right away. Also, you can use other features of this platform.
      Thanks for your reply. It helps to write more.

    • Thanks for the comment.

  5. Thanks for sharing this with us. It’s really helpful.

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