New Point To Point VPN option provides full Internet access to email, news and social media no matter what private or government restrictions are in place VPN4ALL, a VPN service that provides its subscribers with online security, privacy and anonymity, announced its launch of a completely unique VPN service that allows expats and local nationals living abroad, including in Egypt, China, The Emirates, Syria and Iran, to fully and freely use the Internet without restrictions or the need for permits, no matter the severity of government or corporate restrictions that may be in place.
“Access to unrestricted Internet should not be a privilege handed out to a select few,” says Alex Tishler, VP of VPN4ALL. “We believe that unrestricted Internet access is a right that should be afforded to everyone, no matter where they live. A safe and secure VPN services provides that right and access.”
The number of expats living around the world is currently unknown, but their access to the Internet and social media channels has been covered in the news many times in the last few years, including during the riots and protests in London and Egypt. Without the use of a VPN service, access to sites like Gmail, CNN, Facebook, Twitter and Netflix can be limited or completely blocked.
VPN4ALL’s VPN application permits subscribers to switch servers as often as they wish without extra cost, choose UDP or TCP VPN servers and obtain high-speed VPN connectivity on Gigabyte servers in over 30 countries worldwide.
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