Protect Your Internet Browsing with VPNCity
Help ensure that your data and information are a lot harder to access for hackers and trackers.
These days, nobody should overlook the importance of cybersecurity. Whether it's installing a complete cybersecurity infrastructure for your enterprise or simply protecting your connection when you browse on public Wi-Fi, you owe it to yourself to be safe when you go online. One of the foundational ways to do that is with a VPN and during our Spring Refresh Sale, you can get an extra $10 off a three-year subscription to VPNCity.
VPNCity is a 100 percent zero-log VPN service that has earned 4.7 stars from Trustpilot and 4.3 stars on the App Store. Boot up this simplified VPN and you'll be able to browse with AES-256 encryption, ensuring that your data and information are a lot harder to access for hackers and trackers. It hides your IP and overhauls your mobile and desktop security. You'll immediately unlock worldwide entertainment by bypassing geo-located content and be able to enjoy that content without speed or bandwidth limits, thanks to unlimited streaming.
VPNCity works on any device, with support for up to 12 simultaneous connections. Even with all these connections, VPNCity will never track any of your online activity or save things like browser data, credit card information, or IP addresses, ensuring you remain completely anonymous. It's a great solution if you work at coffee shops or the library a lot and want to be able to do things like bank or look at private information without having to worry about who else might be on the network. That's valuable for entrepreneurs dealing with a lot of proprietary or client information.
Give yourself peace of mind when you're browsing on public Wi-Fi. During our Spring Refresh Sale, you can get a three-year subscription to VPNCity for just $69 (reg. $357) when you use promo code SPRING10 at checkout.
Prices subject to change.
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