Protect your digital life with a VPN

We are often asked, "why do I need a VPN?" and there's a whole wealth of information out there as to why you need one and what the purposes of it are. A VPN is a Virtual Private Network and it's used to make a whole host of things easier and more secure in regards to your digital life.

Imagine it as a virtual data tunnel with very thick and impenetrable concrete walls between your computer or device and the internet service you are accessing. None of the bad stuff can get through the "walls" to look at your data, or harvest it out any gaps.

We like to make things simple so we thought we would list 4 reasons in just that way - simple, so you can see the benefits. We'll happily answer any questions you may have and we hope you find it useful :-)

1. Stay private

PROBLEM

Your internet service provider can see your internet traffic and probably logs your browsing history.

SOLUTION

A VPN scrambles your traffic in an encrypted tunnel so not even your ISP can read it. No monitoring, no activity logs.

 TRY IT OUT

Turn on your VPN every time you go online.

 

2. Defeat censorship

PROBLEM

The websites or services you want to use may be inaccessible from your location.

SOLUTION

Your VPN enables access to the free internet from anywhere.

TRY IT OUT

When you travel abroad and want guaranteed access to websites, turn on your VPN on all of your devices.

 

3. Save money

PROBLEM

Some online stores show you higher prices if you’re browsing from certain locations.

SOLUTION

Keep yourself safe from price discrimination by using a VPN.

TRY IT OUT

Next time you shop online, try connecting to server locations in a few different countries to scout for better deals.

 

4. Encrypt everything

PROBLEM

Free public Wi-Fi is dangerous. It’s trivially easy for a hacker on the same network to read your personal data.

SOLUTION

A VPN encrypts your entire internet connection to protect all your communications, even over unsecured networks.

TRY IT OUT

Next time you’re at a cafe or an airport, turn on VPN when you connect to free public Wi-Fi.