Powered by OpenVPN, this VPN app brings the assurance that one's mobile internet connection will be fully encrypted with military grade security in the country of their choosing, anywhere, at anytime.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) April 17, 2013
TorGuard has recently made new additions to their fast growing and affordable VPN service plans, including an updated “no root required” Android VPN app, 100 added gigabit server connections and a new form of pre-paid VPN service. In addition to a free Android app, clients can now connect through many new servers in the US, Canada, Netherlands, Romania and New Zealand. The new payment method allows one to buy exactly the amount of pre-paid VPN service they need, ranging anywhere from 24 hours up to 1 year.
At the top of the list, the new TorGuard Android VPN app brings seamless integration with Android smart phones. Users can enjoy an easy one-tap install from Google Play as there is no root required on Android 4.x devices. No need to mess with settings or import files, the app automatically updates with the latest TorGuard VPN servers at all times. Other features include TCP/UDP connection options, a password saving feature and unlimited server switching. Powered by OpenVPN, this app brings the assurance that every mobile internet connection in runs on will be fully encrypted with military grade security in the country of their choosing.
In the past month, the VPN provider’s network has doubled as they added 100 new gigabit VPN servers in Canada, Netherlands, Romania, New Zealand and the USA. New US server connection options are now available in the Miami, Dallas and LA data centers and allow for blazing fast streaming from anywhere in the world. This plethora of new US servers seems to suggest that more and more people are using US based VPN services to unblock their favorite music and TV shows with apps like Netflix and Pandora. This is an added benefit for those who use VPN services to secure and encrypt their wireless internet.
The newly added pre-paid VPN service packages bring an added layer of security for those who want to keep their billing info private. It is now possible to pay only for the amount of anonymous VPN service that one plans on using – no more, no less. Pre-paid service PIN numbers are delivered to customers via digital delivery (email) or by pre-paid card through regular mail. The card instructs customers to simply scratch off the strip on back to reveal the PIN and redeem during the online checkout process. Pre-paid TorGuard VPN service allows one to keep the highest level of security during payment as no billing info is required or kept on file. Pre-paid cards are now available through the TorGuard store and on eBay or Amazon. Re-sellers who are interested selling pre-paid service are encouraged to contact the affiliate support team on torguard.net for bulk discount deals.
This has quickly become one of the best months for anyone interested in getting a deal on effective privacy protection solutions from one of the fastest-growing proxy and VPN providers. Visit http://torguard.net for more information on these promotions and new features.