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FBVPN - Faster and Better VPN [Giveaway]

FBVPN, which bills themselves as faster and better VPN, is a US-based VPN provider that provides customized VPN service packs for individual, family, and enterprise. FBVPN allows users to browse the web anonymously where all traffic is encrypted and safe from eavesdropping or wire tapping.

Additionally, FBVPN allows users to access websites that are blocked in their country by routing traffic through their servers located in the US and the UK. This allows you to catch up on your favorite TV shows and programs which aren’t available outside the United States. There is no restriction on speed or the amount of data you transfer. No logs of any kind are kept by FBVPN.


Unlike many competing VPN providers, FBVPN supports multiple VPN protocol – from the easier to set-up PPTP to the more secure L2TP/IPsec and OpenVPN. You can choose between any of these connection methods based on the level of security you desire and the device you are using. For instance, on your Windows and Mac desktop or laptop, you can connect using Open VPN, and connect through L2TP/IPsec when on your iPhone or iPad. You can connect using PPTP when encryption is not a requirement like when you just want to stream from Hulu, and then switch to the secure OpenVPN when security is vital.

FBVPN has offered 30 free 3-month accounts for the readers of Instant Fundas. As always, to enter the giveaway contest leave your name and valid email address in the form below. Winners will be selected by a random draw and announced within a week after the contest ends.

The contest closes on June 24, 2011.


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