Get a free 180-day subscription to KeepSolid VPN service worth £18
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Get a free 180-day subscription to KeepSolid VPN service worth £18

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Found 21st Aug 2015
TechRadar Pro has partnered with VPN specialist, Keepsolid, to offer a 6-month subscription to its VPN services, VPN unlimited, for free to all readers who complete our short survey and subscribe to the TechRadar Pro newsletter.

Also in the package is a 6-month subscription to WiFi Hotspot Protector, an iOS-only application that scans public Wi-Fi when the user connects to them and notified him/her of any possible security issues.

The bundle, which has been struck exclusively with the VPN company, is worth $27.98 (about £18). To get your hands on that package for free, simply complete the short survey below and provide us with your email.

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11 Comments

scuzey - but what is it & do I need it?

Original Poster

sowotsdis

scuzey - but what is it & do I need it?


As a crude example...
If you go to MTV.com and try to watch a video, the website will know you are in the UK and therefore will pop-up a message to say you cannot watch the content out side the USA.
With a VPN network enabled, you can hide you physical location and look as if you are connecting from the USA.
Therefore MTV.com will allow you to watch the content online.

Nice thank you

do you think they will provide fresh ips every time or is it the same?

Original Poster

mhhbizz

do you think they will provide fresh ips every time or is it the same?


I don't know the exact answer but in general you usually get a random IP.

Banned

Couldn't you just use the free Hola addon for Chrome instead?

flimbo73

Couldn't you just use the free Hola addon for Chrome instead?



​hola has had some really bad press recently, Google it . Best to stay well away from it!

Doesnt work for Hulu.

can your router be set to default traffic through the vpn automatically?

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mikeydalby

can your router be set to default traffic through the vpn automatically?



Depending on the make & model of your router, some do allow you to set a default VPN for all your Internet traffic to go through.
There are some 3rd party software developers who create custom firmware for routers such as DD-WRT, Asus-Merlin and Tomato.
These usually allow you to use a VPN provider by default.
Edited by: "jai47" 25th Aug 2015

Has anybody actually received their key yet?
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