Governments are trying to regulate the internet through all types of laws, but this is never going to work. The internet is a free place where everyone gets to choose what type of content they want to watch and what information they want to find out. Even though ISP (internet service providers) might place restrictions on the internet, VPN providers make sure that those restrictions are lifted.
If you ever wanted to watch a YouTube video but couldn’t because that specific video wasn’t available in your country or region, then you should consider getting a VPN service. IPredator and ExpressVPN are two of the most powerful VPN providers in the world and today we are going take a closer look at what type of features they offer.
The first thing we need to mention about IPredator is that it charges $8 per month for its services. However, the subscription fee is all worth it because IPredator gives users access to its own private servers which use PPTP and OpenVPN protocols. Moreover, IPredator can mitigate spam e-mails. In addition, IPredator supports a wide range of payments such as PayPal, Credit Cards, Bitcoin and even OkPay.
Just like IPredator, ExpressVPN also charges a monthly subscription, but this was to be expected since ExpressVPN features premium services. ExpressVPN’s monthly subscription costs $8.32 and it also offers a 30-day money back guarantee to customer who are not satisfied by its services. The fact that the VPN provider is so confident in what it can offer speaks volumes about the quality of its services.
Nonetheless, ExpressVPN is available in all countries and it is known for enhancing internet speed through special throttling-free servers. We should also note that ExpressVPN guarantees that the user’s private browser behavior data will not be leaked.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.