Privacy is crucial while you browse the Internet, and one of the best ways to keep yourself secure is to use a VPN. But why not using a Virtual Private Network that’s both free and reliable? Browsec VPN is precisely what you need to browse safely and access any content you want by bypassing geographical restrictions. Now, Browsec VPN – Free and Unlimited 0.17 version is available to download on Android.
With Browsec VPN, you will maintain your public Wi-Fi connections safe from hackers who would try to steal your private data passwords and financial information, while it would also hide your IP address. Also, with this service, you’ll boost your online privacy as it will block access of ISP to your personal information.
Browsec VPN indeed offers free and unlimited VPN services with free endpoints in the US, Netherlands, and Singapore, while the devs prepare for more to be added soon.
Browsec VPN – Free and Unlimited VPN 0.17 Available to Download
Browsec VPN comes as a free service, but it also offers a Premium variant which costs $4.99 per month or $39.99 per year (you’ll save 33% with this plan). On the other hand, Browsec VPN premium service comes with the following features:
- Premium locations – US, Switzerland, India, Hong Kong, France, Canada, Japan, Australia, Germany, and Russia;
- Turbo speed thanks to dedicated traffic lanes;
- Premium servers to guarantee top performance;
- Priority support for every subscription;
However, you can now get Browsec VPN – Free and Unlimited VPN 0.17 for Android. This new version comes with a new registration process, some other undisclosed under the hood changes, and some bug fixes.
With Browsec VPN you’ll never have to worry about your connection security and potential hacker attacks that might extract your personal and financial information. You can get the new Browsec VPN – Free and Unlimited VPN 0.17 for Android directly from the app’s official site.
Jackson Bey was born and raised in Lethbridge Alberta but moved east when he was 22. Apart from running his own consulting firm. Jackson spends his time canoeing the many lakes of Ontario. As a financial journalist Jackson has published stories for CBC Business Online, as well as Buzz Feed and Motherboard. As a contributor to Billionaire 365, Jackson mostly covers markets and trade.