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VPN One Click is a simple but effective system for browsing incognito, online. They guarantee your privacy by making sure your details are hidden so that nobody can track you or tap your activity.
Security and privacy are high on VPNoneClick’s list of priorities. They offer 256-bit encryption on all communications and you’re routinely connected to their servers using an encrypted tunnel. As such they claim there’s no chance of your IP address being found out.
Servers are located in over 20 countries, and each connection uses a different server, so your internet activity keeps switching location. As well as this, you receive protection from a virtual firewall to make sure your connection is safe and you cannot be attacked by online threats. There are also no traffic limits on OneClick, and all services such as Facebook, Twitter and Skype are unlocked.
Another selling point of this system is that you can use a wide variety of devices. Whilst some platforms can use a free unlimited service (primarily Windows on a PC), this free service is restricted on other platforms (such as Macs). Still, it’s good to have free options! Upgrading provides a superior service for a reasonable price, although the way their prices are explained is a little confusing and does lead us to wonder how professional the system is more generally.
The website could use a make-over as it looks somewhat dated and amateur. However, the tools in places, although basic, do seem to do their job. It’s also not that easy to use, particularly if you’re switching between devices, because different platforms function a bit differently. Therefore, if you want to use VPNoneClick.com on your PS3, Windows machine and Apple Mac, you will probably have to learn several different systems and sign up for several different services. This could add up when it comes to costs.
This is an adequate proxy service which sends out somewhat confused messages. However, it seems secure and is relatively cheap for a single device. Whilst it’s a versatile program for a range of devices, the fact that each one functions slightly differently could become annoying. Everything considered, VPN One Click is a somewhat average option for the money, but there are better ones out there.
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