Download our free Future of VPN ebook for the chance to win a top smartphone

There was a time where only hardcore geeks and security enthusiasts would know what a VPN is, let alone how to use one and whether you need to buy one (check out our best VPN guide) or latch on free VPNs.

But the exponential rise of seamless connectivity coupled with the ongoing onslaught on individual privacy have propelled this technology into the limelight.

The last year has also seen a number of events that have caused concern among privacy advocates and prompted us to approach the people that matter in the VPN industry, asking them one simple question

What do you think the future of VPN looks like?

The ebook that came out of these conversations talks about about what lies ahead in terms of challenges, opportunities and generally speaking, what the future looks like for the VPN industry.

Fill this short survey below, answer a trick question, download this free copy of the exclusive "Future of VPN" e-book and you could win a top-of-the-range smartphone, the Doogee Mix, worth £140.

The Doogee Mix

The Doogee Mix

Terms and Conditions: 

- The competition is open to UK entrants only. Under 18s must obtain parental consent to enter this competition and be able to demonstrate this to Techradar Pro's reasonable satisfaction. 

- Answers must be received by 30/11/2017. The winners will be selected at random from all correct entries received and will be sent the prize free of charge. For full terms and conditions, please visit

- Note that the items given away have been used for reviews so they may have light scratches and/or missing accessories and may come in a plain envelope.

- Many of these items are sourced from outside the UK, which means that they will have a 2-pin plug and will need an adaptor to work properly.


Desire Athow
Managing Editor, TechRadar Pro

Désiré has been musing and writing about technology during a career spanning four decades. He dabbled in website builders and web hosting when DHTML and frames were in vogue and started narrating about the impact of technology on society just before the start of the Y2K hysteria at the turn of the last millennium.