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Tenta Pro VPN: 2 Years Free with Email Address In-App (Android Only) at Google play
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Tenta Pro VPN: 2 Years Free with Email Address In-App (Android Only) at Google play

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Posted 27th Jun

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Tenta is a private, encrypted browser with built-in VPN and a ton of other features. The company is running a 2 year deal promo where you can get 2 years free of their premium plan called Tenta Pro. On top of their standard features, the pro version protects all your app traffic and also gives you access to all of their VPN locations (currently 20).

Normally Tenta Pro is $7 a month, but I read they're lowering the price to just $1 after the 2 year deal ends.

So far, I haven't had any problems using the app and feel it's doing the job of keeping my web traffic safe. Having read the privacy policy and doing some other research on the company, I'd give them a thumbs up and recommend taking advantage of the pro version before it costs money (even tho it'll be cheap).

All I had to do to get the 2 year deal was install the app on the Play store and give an email inside the app. Didn't ask me for billing info or anything like that.

Note: Tenta is only available for Android devices at the moment. BUT...apparently due to overwhelming demand, they're allowing people to sign up for major OSs and giving them the two year Tenta Pro deal, plus beta version access.
tenta.com/pla…ort

Lastly, I'm sure many are interested in their Privacy Policy (hence the comments). Here's that page tenta.com/pri…icy

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If you’re not paying for the product, you are the product.
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EXCELLENT!!, thanx OP.
If you’re not paying for the product, you are the product.
So true .
Azzin27/06/2019 16:08

If you’re not paying for the product, you are the product.


100%
Nothing for free. Everything is sold. Thanks for free data sold to insurance etc
Free lunch..... maybe not
Question for the sceptics: do you actually have any evidence for your claims in respect of this company?

Oh, and there are plenty of free things about where you aren't the product. You just have to know where to look; on here is a good start.
BertieWusster28/06/2019 12:22

Question for the sceptics: do you actually have any evidence for your …Question for the sceptics: do you actually have any evidence for your claims in respect of this company?Oh, and there are plenty of free things about where you aren't the product. You just have to know where to look; on here is a good start.


There's a bit of a difference, no?
CFC201128/06/2019 15:21

There's a bit of a difference, no?


Is there? If there's no evidence that you are the product then what is the difference between a free VPN and, say, a free doughnut?
BertieWusster28/06/2019 19:39

Is there? If there's no evidence that you are the product then what is the …Is there? If there's no evidence that you are the product then what is the difference between a free VPN and, say, a free doughnut?


I can't comment on this company specifically, I don't know anything about them.

My response to you was more along the obvious lines that routing all of your internet traffic through a free service poses a greater risk to your personal data than using HUKD. Do you remember Hola VPN?
I do remember Hola and I accept that there is risk.

My original point was against the blanket statements that nothing is free and if you're not paying for the product you are the product, which are manifestly untrue.

It would have been fair enough if the posters had qualified their statements, as you have done, or had evidence to back them up. It would appear that neither is the case, so I feel it's fair to call them out.
BertieWusster28/06/2019 20:48

I do remember Hola and I accept that there is risk.My original point was …I do remember Hola and I accept that there is risk.My original point was against the blanket statements that nothing is free and if you're not paying for the product you are the product, which are manifestly untrue.It would have been fair enough if the posters had qualified their statements, as you have done, or had evidence to back them up. It would appear that neither is the case, so I feel it's fair to call them out.


That's fair enough, I agree that it's always good to provide reasoning!
BertieWusster28/06/2019 12:22

Question for the sceptics: do you actually have any evidence for your …Question for the sceptics: do you actually have any evidence for your claims in respect of this company?Oh, and there are plenty of free things about where you aren't the product. You just have to know where to look; on here is a good start.



You are ridiculously naive.
Is this good for IPTV?
eraldo29/06/2019 07:58

You are ridiculously naive.


Troll.

This throwing meaningless insults about is quite fun, isn't it?
BertieWusster28/06/2019 20:48

I do remember Hola and I accept that there is risk.My original point was …I do remember Hola and I accept that there is risk.My original point was against the blanket statements that nothing is free and if you're not paying for the product you are the product, which are manifestly untrue.It would have been fair enough if the posters had qualified their statements, as you have done, or had evidence to back them up. It would appear that neither is the case, so I feel it's fair to call them out.


Why do you think they are offering you a free VPN service?

It’s not for love, it’s so they can use your data to make money.

There is still no such thing as a free lunch.

Regarding a free doughnut, if they were giving them out, without a requirement to give them my details and they’re not learning anything about me from that doughnut (other than I like free doughnuts), then that’s fine, and not even close to comparable.
Edited by: "Azzin" 29th Jun
Azzin29/06/2019 12:06

Why do you think they are offering you a free VPN service?It’s not for l …Why do you think they are offering you a free VPN service?It’s not for love, it’s so they can use your data to make money.There is still no such thing as a free lunch.Regarding a free doughnut, if they were giving them out, without a requirement to give them my details and they’re not learning anything about me from that doughnut (other than I like free doughnuts), then that’s fine, and not even close to comparable.


Thank you for your opinion. I especially liked how you contradicted yourself. Really rather funny.
If you need a private browser, firefox is fine with tweaks suggested by privacytools.io:
privacytools.io/bro…rs/

If you want a chromium based browser, your best bet is something like icecat or ungoogled-chromium.

If you are looking for a decent VPN, Mullvad has decent reviews and PIA and Nord are also used by many people. I would never use a free VPN because they will probably collect logs and sell it on to maintain the service, which defeats the purpose of a VPN.
Edited by: "zlain" 1st Jul
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