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Double Check Your Free Trial Vpn

Many companies will try to entice you with a free trial vpn, but you may want to reconsider.  Many of the restrictions they put on your free trial make the trial period useless as a means to test the quality of the vpn.

I'm about to bust the myth of the free trial vpn. You see, the thing about free trial vpn's is that they don't really give you an idea of what the vpn can and can't do.

One of the most important things to consider when purchasing a vpn is the reliability of the connection.  Electronics are funny that way, that things can fry and go wrong unexpectedly.  Doesn't it seem that way with the internet sometimes?  Sometimes the connection will go haywire for seemingly no reason at all. The point is that many free trial vpn's limitations will give you a skewed view of the vpn's reliability. For example, if a vpn is limited to a ten minute or a one hour trial, how can you be sure if that is the normal speed of the vpn? It could be slower. It could be faster. If the bandwidth is limited, are you sure that the vpn can meet you internet needs?  Perhaps you're going to be gaming with the vpn, in which case the 512 MB bandwidth limitation of AnonymityNetwork is definitely not going to be enough.

Which brings me to my next point about free trial vpn's. Many of them limit your bandwidth or what you can do with the vpn. For example, HideIPVpn limits your use of the vpn to browsing. That's find if you're just looking to unblock Facebook in 'china, or watch Youtube at work.  But if you're going to be downloading games from Japan, using VoIP in UAE, or something like that, these limitations that the free trial vpn puts on you won't tell you if the vpn can do what you want it to do.

So what's the solution? I think that find a service with a money back guarantee will better satisfy your needs to test the vpn.  Although this means you probably have to hand over credit card information for the time being, and it means that you're going to have to watch the amount of time they give you (or they'll probably charge your card automatically), this way of going about testing a vpn will give you a better idea of it's capabilities, reliability, and whether or not it's worth your hard earned cash! Though it may sound less appealing than a free trial vpn, I think that your time and effort will be made better use of this way.

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