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I just switched to a new VPN called Private Internet Access (PIA) because my old VPN didn’t support Android. Weird, huh? PIA actually offers three different security protocols for Android: PPTP, IPSEC/L2TP, and OpenVPN.

The other thing I like about PIA is that they work at the TCP/IP interface level; basically they’re securing the lower transport and internet layers on your device. Since those underlay everything, all your applications, including your browser, are secured.

Private Internet Access doesn’t track its customers either. You’ve probably heard what’s going on in the European Union. The ISPs are all required to track their customers’ online and telecomm activities. So the VPNs over there are legally obligated to track their customers too. 

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If you value your privacy, get a VPN subscription. PIA is really cheap if you buy a year’s subscription ($40); it comes to $3.33 per month! Isn’t that incredible? It’s the best deal I’ve seen yet and I’ve looked at a lot of VPN providers.

It gets better! Some VPNs allow you to install their software on multiple devices, but only let you use two at the same time. Private Internet Access lets you use five devices simultaneously! I’ve got four devices that are pretty much all on all day: my desktop tower PC, my laptop, my SmartPhone and a new Android tablet. With five devices allowed on one account, you could probably share it with a family member or someone else you trust.

With so many devices allowed, it makes sense that they would give you unlimited bandwidth too. They offer the same basic features that their competitors offer like firewall, encrypted WiFi, and anonymous IP addresses.

And (I’ve got to mention this because I haven’t seen it anywhere else), Private Internet Access is the only VPN that will let you pay for your service with a gift card! So if you’ve been hanging on to that Walmart gift card you got for your birthday, use it now!

If you own a iPhone, SmartPhone, iPad, or PC, you really need a VPN like Private Internet Access! But if you want to try HideMyAss follow this link for more information about this VPN service.