Monday, February 22, 2010

Invisible Browsing VPN accounts Giveaway

ibVPN or Invisible Browsing VPN is a new VPN service that allows Internet users to surf the web invisibly and securely without leaving a trace. VPN services are particularly useful for accessing websites that are blocked in particular regions. One good example is Hulu, which is available only in the US. Similarly, Spotify, BBC iPlayer, Pandora are region locked and a VPN is the only way to access them.
ibVPN currently offers both US and UK servers for surfing. There are indications that servers on other countries such as Netherland will be added in future. ibVPN does not keep logs but the downside is they use only PPTP for making connection. PPTP is easy to setup but is less secure than OpenVPN. However, you shouldn’t worry if your primary reason for using a VPN is to watch content on Hulu or other blocked. Also, OpenVPN is planned for future implementation.
Prices for an ibVPN account starts at $7.95 a month. There is a one day free trial available, for you to check out their server speeds.

The Giveaway

Good news: we have 10 ibVPN accounts to give away to our readers. Each of these account is worth $19.95 and will allow you to use their VPN service for 3 months with unlimited bandwidth.
Entering the contest is easy – just leave your name and email address in the form below and winners will be selected by draw. The contest ends on 25th February.

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