What is a VPN?

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) securely reroutes your traffic through thousands of servers strategically placed all around the world.


VPNhub conceals your computer’s address (IP), protects your online data, and lets you anonymously browse websites from anywhere.

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In more technical terms, a VPN…

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HIDES YOUR IP ADDRESS

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MASKS YOUR LOCATION

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ENCRYPTS YOUR DATA

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WIPES YOUR BROWSING HISTORY

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PROTECTS FROM DATA LEAKAGE

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PREVENTS ISP SPEED THROTTLING

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UNBLOCKS RESTRICTED SITES

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STOPS TARGETED ADS

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HELPS YOU SHOP BETTER DEALS

Getting Started is Easy

Download is free, and installation is easy with VPNhub’s automatic setup wizard.


Once you open the app, VPNhub reroutes your online traffic through an encrypted server in a location of your choice. Then, you can browse anywhere securely and anonymously.


In case you have even the smallest problem, VPNhub is there with dedicated customer support.

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Here’s How VPNhub Works:

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1. Thousands of Servers

Choose from one of our thousands of high-speed servers with top-grade encryption placed all over the world.

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2. Over 60 Locations

VPNhub reroutes your traffic through that server, which masks your IP and gets you online anonymously.

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3. Jump Around

Switch servers and countries instantly and as often as you like, to bypass restrictions and get global content.

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4. Hide Your Tracks

Nobody, no companies nor agencies will know who you are, where you’re from, or what you’re up to.

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5. ISP Independence

Your internet service provider (ISP) won’t be able to log your history, sell your data, or throttle your usage.

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6. Be Invincible

Cookies, ad pixels, and malware can’t touch you. Even on public Wi-Fi, you’ll be safe from cyber-intrusions.

Here’s What VPN’s Do:

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Your internet service provider (ISP) connects you to the internet. However, these ISPs will monitor your online activity without your consent. VPNhub reroutes your traffic, confusing this surveillance network so that your online activity becomes impossible to monitor.

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Your ISP stores the data about every site you visit and everything you do online. It’s called logging, and it’s done to make money off your data, leading to targeted ads and unwanted digital profiling. A VPN wipes away all browsing history and data logs.

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VPNhub has thousands of top-shelf servers with military-grade encryption spread across the globe, all powered up and ready to turn your online data into uncrackable strings of code.

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More servers in more locations means that you’ll never need to access the internet from the same address twice. With VPNhub you can bounce from country to country instantly and as often as you like, bypassing any geo-restrictions.

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Many countries have different censorship regulations, and this applies to the internet too. With a VPN, it doesn’t matter what country you’re in. You can surf any site, acces any media, and connect with people all over the world.

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Using free hotspots and unlocked Wi-Fi networks might make your computer vulnerable to third parties and hackers. With a VPN, no entity, whether corporate, government or criminal, can access your private data.

Why You Need a VPN

Avoid Geo-Blocking

The freedom to watch anything online without the fear of being watched back!

A VPN allows you to watch TV, movies, sports and news from around the world without restriction. It also lets you access gaming and shopping sites, as well as messaging services, even if they are not available in your country.

The first question is, what is geo-blocking? As the name suggests, it involves being blocked from accessing something based on your geographical location. So basically, you’re being penalized because of your location.

Popular streaming sites like Hulu, Crackle and even YouTube do it, and likely all for different reasons. It could be to prevent engagement with different countries, but it could also just be a way to charge more for foreign access. Either way, you no longer need to be locked out of the sites you love.

What if you had a universal passport that would let you go wherever you wanted, without restriction or extra cost? That’s what VPNhub is: your ultimate hall pass! With a global network of over 1000 servers, you’ll never be blocked again. Now you can:

• Catch all live sporting events

• Stay up to date with foreign news sources

• Always get the best movie, TV, and music streaming selections

• Get to shop for the best subscription prices

All of this with state-of-the-art data protection and no decrease in browsing speeds.

A VPN is your gateway to the world!

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Surf Safely From The Comfort of Home

Safety at home means not living in a glass house!

Every time you access the internet from home, your IP address, which provides your exact location, is given to every site you visit. You therefore become a potential target for anything from annoying geo-targeted ads and digital profiling to more serious threats like data or identity theft.

The saying “Big Brother is watching” came from the book 1984, which was meant to be science fiction but unfortunately has become our reality. Without the proper protection, it’s all too easy for someone to be watching every time you access the internet, and that invasion of privacy could lead to more than just surveillance; it could result in theft.

It’s common to think that password protecting your Wi-Fi and every account you access is enough to be safe, but it’s a false sense of security. You still have to access the internet through an ISP, which means your internet service provider knows all your online activity. The problem is, some of those ISPs sell your data for profit, while others may use the information they collect to control all your patterns online: from what you read to who you talk to. Even if your ISP is above board and keeping your data private, if they are hacked themselves, all of your personal information is immediately compromised.

What a VPN does is it hides your true IP address from even your ISP, so there is literally nobody who can track your activity. All your personal information like passwords, search history and online chats are protected, and any logs, records or cookies of your activity is wiped clean.

You can only truly feel safe at home with a VPN!

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Workplace Wi-Fi Made Safe

So you can just worry about stolen staplers instead!

Free Wi-Fi at work is always a big attraction, but it can come at a price. It’s natural that when you spend most of your life at the office, it’s the spot where you’re mostly online but therefore also where you are mostly exposed.

An office contains a lot of confidential information that you wouldn’t want released to the public. Using a VPN protects your company’s assets and personal data from getting in the wrong hands.

It also protects your intellectual property from the threat of being hacked by competitors. Business secrets are a valuable commodity, so to avoid having your system intercepted and losing the core of your company, use a VPN.

On a lighter note, it also provides a great way to chat with your coworkers without your boss reading the messages. Let’s face it, socializing is a big part of being at the office, and although important, a boss may see it differently and discourage it. A responsible employee knows the difference between work time and break time, so a VPN allows for both without anyone knowing.

If you’re a professional at work, your data protection should be too!

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Use Your School's Wi-Fi Securely

Don’t be an open book!

Sharing an internet connection shouldn’t have to mean sharing your personal information, but such is the case in campuses, dorms and other hubs for social students.

College is the time for learning, experimenting and discovering yourself, which could lead to a lot of unorthodox online activity. The problem is, some of those students are experimenting with hacking, making your personal data a prime target.

The last thing you want is your privacy compromised at school, because once your data is accessed, it can be shared and interpreted in incriminating ways. Out of context, anyone’s browsing history can seem odd, but in a college setting, that kind of information reaching professors, admissions officers, financial aid or even your fellow classmates can be detrimental to your academic life.

A VPN is the smart choice whenever you’re connecting to a shared Wi-Fi network, especially in a hotspot like a college campus. Having one means that even if your school’s terms and conditions require your consent for them to monitor your activity, in reality they won’t see anything thanks to your privacy protection.

Sharing is not caring when it comes to your security!

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Public Wi-Fi Can Be Private

Sharing the same space doesn’t mean sharing your life!

Public Wi-Fi can be a lifesaver, but the fact that it’s on a shared network means it can also be a huge danger. Open networks are a hacker’s dream, and you don’t know who’s providing the Wi-Fi or what they plan to do with your information.

We’ve all taken advantage of the convenience of public Wi-Fi, because what better thing to do at a coffee shop or restaurant while waiting for friends than browse your facebook feed or post some pictures on Instagram? As soon as you do though, you’re releasing your life into the world, and not the parts you chose to post yourself.

When you use public Wi-Fi in a coffee shop, restaurant, shopping mall or airport, you’re making your personal information easily accessible. Perhaps the owner of the Wi-Fi will sell it to advertisers, or perhaps someone nearby is quietly hacking your data to gain access to your photos, emails and passwords. Whatever it may be, you’re putting yourself more at risk by logging in publicly!

The only way to benefit from public Wi-Fi safely is with a VPN. It will give you the peace of mind knowing your data won’t get in the hands of hackers or trackers, so you can surf freely in public.

Public and private can go hand in hand!

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Circumvent Censorship

Be beyond borders!

Some countries prevent their citizens from accessing web content outside their virtual borders. VPNs bring world media, news and communication channels to the most censored populations.

● Maybe you are in a country with strict morality laws that keep their citizens from watching some of the best TV shows just because they’re a little violent or a tad sexy.

● Or there are laws against games of chance blocking gaming sites or shut you out of your fantasy football league right when you need to make that crucial trade.

● It could just be that national lobbyist greed keeps all of your online shopping within domestic sites even though they charge way more than they should.

There are lots of reasons the internet gets censored. Protectionist industries may want to enrich themselves. States may manipulate minds by controlling news narratives, or police morality by restricting entertainment and games. Or worse, by censoring the use of certain messaging apps and social media sites, governments can prevent their citizens from talking with their friends and families living in other countries.

Just like VPNs can get you access to media from other countries that keep outsiders out, VPNs can also bring you content that your own country won’t allow in. This is done by rerouting the location of your connection to other encrypted servers around the world.

Connect through over 60 locations to counter online censorship!

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Practice Safe Political Activism

Netizens and Digital Natives, Unite!

The free flow of ideas and information is key to upholding the right to demand a more just political system. VPNs are crucial for protecting that exchange without regime interference.

There’s a gross injustice occurring in the gilded halls of power. An ordinary citizen wants to do something about it. She sends some texts, posts a link on her Facebook, creates an online group inviting people to rise up. Likes and shares and retweets spread the news like wildfire, and the next thing you know, a mass of citizens gather in public and change their political fates! All this was made possible by a free and open internet. Digital censorship threatens this freedom.

In the past, people have stood up to oppressive regimes by any means available to them. In the wake of the digital revolution, online communication, community organization, and the networked-sharing of ideas have become the most powerful weapons for citizen activism.

The only tool powerful enough to stand up to a technologically-adept state is an even more technologically-advanced VPN. VPN next-gen encryption is part of the fight for free speech and freedom of the press. It helps the anonymous organization of people and political movements through communications that even the most advanced militaries can’t crack.

Empower yourself with digital protection now!

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