Customers looking for a virtual private networking (VPN) service which offers a free trial should check out the IBVPN website and sign up for the free six hour trial to find out more. It’s possible to customize the IBVPN service to suit individual needs as there are payment plans available for anybody who enjoys filesharing activities, customers who only want basic VPN services, or customers looking to sign up for a service that only provides servers in certain locations of the world.
Their servers are located in Bulgaria, USA, Finland, France, Netherlands, Egypt, Germany, Hong Kong, UK, Belgium, Saudi-Arabia, Japan, New Zealand, Sweden, Romania, Switzerland, Singapore, India, Spain, Austria, Luxembourg, Hungary, Poland, Canada, Russia, Australia, Ireland, Czech Republic, Italy, Iceland, Panama, Norway and Turkey.
IBVPN has servers in 34 different country locations and provides extensive customer support to ensure any problems can be resolved speedily. It’s possible to remain totally anonymous with IBVPN as customers can pay for services using Bitcoin and the company does not keep user activity logs. SmartDNS is included in some of the payment plans offered by IBVPN, so customers who want to stream geo-restricted media channels to Smart TV or other devices will find this a useful addition to their service. Speeds from this provider are reliable and fast, so users can be assured this is a top quality VPN which does what it promises.
Once new customers have set up a payment plan with IBVPN it’s possible to instantly download the VPN via a variety of apps on the company’s website. Customers can also access instructions for setting up the VPN manually, setting up the Proxy service and details for getting started with Smart DNS.
The apps for Windows, Mac OS, Android and iOS are by far the easiest way of loading the VPN to devices and IBVPN provide video tutorials to make this download a seamless and successful activity. Customers wanting to load the VPN manually can choose the relevant tutorial for any device and also the required protocol, if available. There is a long list of available devices which can be made anonymous using IBVPN, these include Linux, DD-WRT, NAS Synology, Boxee Box and Tomato USB Routers.
The setup screen for the VPN indicates the available protocols for different devices, these include PPTP, OpenVPN and SSTP. The company recommends OpenVPN protocol for most newbie VPN users as this will allow greater flexibility.
Registering for a payment plan or trial account generates an email to new customers which contains a link to the IBVPN Windows client download. Following the online instructions makes accessing the VPN from any Windows device easy and the VPN interface is easy and intuitive so new customers soon get to grips with handling the service. It’s easy to change protocols and select the most appropriate servers from the user-friendly screens and making adjustments to other default settings is quite simple too. The service does provide a kill switch and an auto reconnect setting within the Advanced Settings screen of the interface, so users can tinker with the service and customize it to meet requirements.
Although the manual VPN setup tutorials don’t provide video details, the steps for setting up the VPN are written in simple terminology and in a numbered sequence that is easy to follow, even for a customer who is not particularly computer literate.
The Proxy setup tutorials are available for a variety of browsers including Chrome, Firefox and Opera, while the Smart DNS service is fully supported with a number of easy to read tutorials to enable customers to set up the DNS service on a range of TVs, gaming devices and set top boxes.
IBVPN provide a reliable, speedy service which is available for anybody conducting filesharing activities and is simple and easy to activate on a number of devices, by following the comprehensive tutorials and guidelines.