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Interesting, they've partnered with Proton Technologies. ProtonVPN certainly is very trustworthy because these guys don't mess around when it comes to security and privacy. Which is often questionable for countless VPN providers found all over the place (especially on GooglePlay store). ProtonVPN can be used for free in a limited form (1 device with limited servers choice of USA, Netherlands and Japan), but has no limitations on traffic usage and speeds seem good so even if you don't decide to pay for it, it can work pretty good as free. Or you can just evaluate it for longer as free version before pulling a trigger on it.

 

I'm already using their mail service and it's pretty damn good, now I'm just waiting for the ProtonDrive which is still in the works. I personally don't need VPN...

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