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Winners of Kepard VPN Giveaway

Early this week we had a giveaway organized for Kepard VPN and now it’s time to announce the winners. Here are the results of a random draw.

  1. Den
  2. Fksysko
  3. Brian Applegate
  4. Mark Matthews
  5. Eriol Sudikov
  6. Dag
  7. Avisidea Pa
  8. Anna
  9. Raj
  10. Sree

Congratulation to all the winners. Each of you have won a 3-month long Premium VPN account from Kepard. You will receive your account information via email soon.

During the contest I asked the participants to tell us why they need VPN accounts or how they plan to use it, should they win. Most of you said they need VPN accounts for anonymous browsing, for secure browsing and for accessing geo-restricted websites. I hope you guys find your needs satisfied. Nicholaus had some other plans; I’m sorry your name didn’t come up in the draw :)

Those who didn’t win, don’t lose heart. We have another exciting giveaway coming soon.


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