VPN Service Provider Announces Gratis VPN Service

Popular VPN service provider, idcloak, announces the release of a free version of its VPN service.

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Our VPN client software is one of the main distinguishers between our service and our competitors.

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) April 09, 2014

Hot off the heels of the release of its subscription-based Windows VPN, idcloak Technologies launches a gratis version of the service. The new Free VPN will entail some limitations in bandwidth and download capacity but is expected to deliver sufficient resources for most internet anonymity and security needs.

“We have an established reputation for providing high-quality services at no cost, thanks to our YouTube unblock proxy and proxy IP list,” says idcloak’s Director of Marketing, Gill-Chris Welles. “We didn’t want to lose that following when we launched the paid VPN, which, because of its improved technology, needs revenue to run.

“We want our free VPN to show our user base that we remember where proxy surfing came from – a not-for-profit legacy of community and democracy that supports freedom, anonymity and security on the net. We still feel very much a part of that legacy.”

Our zero-cost VPN includes the same intuitive VPN software that its paying subscribers receive. “Our VPN client software is one of the main distinguishers between our service and our competitors,” says Welles. “It allows for quick and easy set up with no added fuss, making it ideal for inexperienced users. It also serves more experienced VPN users who need the option to configure the service to perform specific tasks. Unlike many other VPN programs, our client software is closely integrated into the network, which helps it choose the best server locations and the most open channels to get there. It’s quite a powerful tool to be included in a gratis package.”

idcloak Technologies Inc. is a Dallas-based provider of web privacy and security proxy systems. In addition to its services, the firm has published over 900 educational articles on everything from anti-censorship, identity theft protection and unblocking. To learn more, visit idcloak.com.


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