ProtonVPN is a cross-platform, subscription-based VPN service with a long history of reliability and stability.
ProtonVPN can be used as a free VPN after the 7-day trial, like most shareware products, but with some significant limitations:
1 VPN connection Servers in 3 countries Medium speed No logs/No ads
ProtonVPN has over 800 servers in 50 countries. Mozilla Firefox users might have heard of ProtonVPN since they partnered with Mozilla.
ProtonVPN has grown in the past year to become one of the larger, trusted, better-known VPNs available.
ProtonVPN is also one of the more expensive. Plans start at about $4.00 a month, or $48.00 a year, and can be as expensive as $24.00, or $288.00 a tear.
While expensive, you should consider the advantages of a shareware VPN.
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