With the summer holidays fast approaching, it’s good news that O2 will let its customers roam across Europe at no extra cost. However, when we’re abroad we are often unable to access our favourite services and websites. By using a VPN during your trip, though, you can easily access said services, catch up with things going on at home and ensure your devices are safe online.
Most VPN providers offer services globally and thus charge in US Dollars rather than local currencies, so we've listed pricing in Dollars for the sake of simplicity. Bear in mind that when you click through to the actual deals, you may find the prices automatically displayed in pounds (or whatever your native currency may be).
These are some of the best deals we’ve found to keep your devices safe when travelling:
VyprVPN is a good fit for users concerned about their privacy and security. This VPN also offers a number of great extras such as an auto-connect option and a kill switch. Furthermore, VyprVPN boasts even tighter security thanks to the company’s own Chameleon protocol and VyprDNS.
This competitively priced service makes things easy for its users with an interface that is very intuitive. KeepSolid is also a good choice for those with multiple pieces of hardware as it supports five separate devices. This VPN has over 1,200 servers in 71 locations which allows users to connect quickly and browse from a range of countries.
This VPN provider has 700 servers across 70+ locations with more than 40,000 IP addresses. IPVanish offers its customers great download speeds, and scores highly on the privacy front as the firm doesn’t keep any logs of a user’s browsing or download data. This service also has a 7-day money-back guarantee for those looking to give it a try.
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