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While some Bostonians are heading back to the office, many are still working remotely for the next few weeks at least. As coffee shops and libraries make public Wi-Fi more readily available, you may be tempted to use those services. However, that can be risky when you’re working with important corporate information or using public Wi-Fi to access personal information and data. That is, unless you’re using a VPN.
Hola VPN Plus is one of the most popular VPN services in the world, with more than 200 million users across more than 190 countries. It has earned 4.4 stars from more than one million Google Play Store votes and 4.9 stars from more than 300,000 Chrome Web Store ratings.
Hola VPN gives you unlimited, secure access to any website or application while keeping your activities completely private, regardless of your connection. It also unblocks websites using split-tunneling technology and bypasses geo-restrictions and other censorship, allowing you to do things like access American Netflix while working in London. Additionally, Hola VPN Plus hides your IP address and connection details behind state-of-the-art encryption and security protocols.
Hola VPN Plus is configured easily and supports up to five devices per account, without any traffic or connection limitations.
If you’re working on public WiFi, you need a VPN. Hola VPN Plus is one of the best and right now you can get a lifetime subscription for just $34.99.