(PRWEB) July 08, 2015
VPNVantage.com, a leading virtual private network provider, has announced plans to significantly expand their network of servers around the world. Locations of the expansion include the United States, UK, Germany, Australia, Singapore, and Japan. As is standard with their other locations, these new servers will all have OpenVPN, PPTP, and L2TP connection options.
"As more and more people start discovering the need for online privacy, we feel it's our obligation to our customers to provide them with a stable, reliable way of browsing the internet securely and privately," said VPNVantage.com co-founder Alex Lentz. "Part of doing so expanding our server network to offer our customers more locations where they can connect."
Even with such rapid expansion, VPNVantage.com still offers one of the most cost effective virtual private network services, starting at just $2.95/month for a 1 year commitment. This allows customers unlimited (and untracked) access to all of their locations at any time.
In addition to expanding their network, VPNVantage.com is also close to launching IOS and Android apps to make it easier for mobile users to get connected. "80% of internet users own a smartphone or tablet. We need to make sure our customers can browse the internet anonymously through every device they own," explained Lentz. "Most devices do have the ability to connect to VPN networks, but the setup can be cumbersome. These apps will allow our users to quickly and easily connect to any of our locations, manage their accounts, and more."
VPNVantage.com's expanding network, as well as their work toward mobile applications, shows their desire to provide customers with an easy to use, reliable VPN network. They are continually searching for new way to make sure their service exceeds all expectations.
VPNVantage.com was founded by individuals who are passionate about internet security and privacy. Their goal is for every internet user to be able to take advantage of all the internet has to offer without restriction or fear of their online safety.