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Meet three of the best alternative VPN services to unblock sites for free

All of these are solid, free choices.

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VPN services have become very popular in many parts of the world, as they not only facilitate access to sites that have region restrictions but also bring more privacy while browsing the Internet, among other reasons. Despite this, it is still not easy to find a service of this type that offers total security to its users, since it is not known exactly where your data is passing.

There are several different options available on the market and, to help people choose, Eltima prepared a neat list with some of the best premium VPN services. Here are three of the best for those not having huge VPN needs and looking for free services.

All these services have varied client options, which can work on both computers and mobile phones and feature free accounts having different restrictions, with its pros and cons explained below.


One of the most popular VPN options in your free plan allows only 500 MB of monthly traffic. Despite this restriction, TunnelBear offers IPs from more than 20 different countries, this being one of its great differentials.

Currently, TunnelBear VPN is being made available to clients for computers, browsers, and mobile phones. These options can be found on their official website through this link.


Besides the service mentioned above, this alternative differs by offering 10 GB of traffic per month in the free plan. In contrast, the number of countries supported by it is smaller, and you have the option of only 8 IPs from different locations.

Like TunnelBear VPN, Windscribe is available for Windows, Mac or Linux computers, and mobile versions with iOS and Android. Another differential of Windscribe is providing guides so that it is connected directly to a router, leaving all the machines connected to them with security and privacy.

The last option in this list ends up providing a little less traffic to free accounts, with your limit set to 2 GB per month. Even so, it deserves a spotlight, because unlike many VPN services, its speed for browsing and downloads is not limited to free plans. clients can be obtained on computers for Windows or Mac OS X systems and, of course, for Android phones or iPhones.

Regardless of your choice, all three of these are solid options if you’re looking at using a VPN to unlock more of the world while keeping your information private.

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24 y/o, born and living in Portugal. Majored in Biology, but tech and computers were always a passion. Wrote for sites like Windows.Appstorm and MakeTechEasier.

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