Top 6 VPN Services 2016

Here on GigaDigita we have discussed the importance of using a VPN (virtual private network) and how it helps protect you against privacy invasion, internet tracking and hackers. Using a VPN is something we have been suggested to use from the likes of Kevin Mitnick and even Edward Snowden.

If you don’t have any clue what a virtual private network is, to put it simply, if you don’t want your IP address being tracked or known when you enter the web, you can use a VPN service which connects you to a private network. Meaning when you access a site you will appear to have a different IP address/location. This stops website owners from seeing where about you live.

Pretty interesting, right? Well if you’re interested in learning more, check out our list below of our top six VPN services and see what they can offer you!


Source: pcadvisor

Subscription VPN with a great user interface. The company
ensures its subscribers they do not keep logs.
Cost: £4/MO.


Source: pcmag

This service is free however does have a subscription
version. Holds multi-device support and a Mac version.
Cost: FREE.


Source: bestvpn

This service has no usage logs. Servers in 78
countries. Great customer service.
Cost: £6.34/MO.


Source: securethoughts

Very professional VPN service. Incredible
customer service and easy-to-use software.
Cost: £9.91/MO.


Source: techradar

Overall an amazing service. Does not keep logs of
your activities and uses a simple interface.
Cost: FREE.


Source: techsupportalert

The easiest to use VPN. Has limited features but
a good service for beginners by all means!
Cost: £5.34/MO.

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