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It’s time for a giveaway again! If you are in China right now and need access to Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and now even ChinaHush itself… then don’t miss out this opportunity to win a 6 month VPN subscription. That’s right, our partner FBVPN is offering 30 accounts of 6 month subscriptions! That’s half year of free VPN. If you already have access since you are able to access ChinaHush, then do it for a friend, tell them about it or enter to win one for them.
All you have to do is write a comment for this post below. That’s it! Be creative in your comments, I will pick the winners in the next 2 weeks or so till 30 of them are selected. Remember to use your real email address when commenting, it will be used to setup your account.
These days china started to block more and more VPN providers. FBVPN now has the business VPN solution which is going to be more and more popular for business in China to bypass the GFW. There has been more and more businesses started to use their business VPN solution with dedicated server and IP that have never been blocked.
Don’t want to wait and try your luck? Just get FBVPN from here already, Personal account starts from $9.9 a month. Here is something else for ChinaHush readers, use the coupon code fb06010701 to get additional 20% off on any purchases! (limited time only)
1. You want to use a service or application that requires a US IP address.
A nice side benefit of using FBVPN services is that you can enjoy the use of a US IP address wherever you may be. Essentially, you will enjoy the same Internet as someone in the US.
2. You live in, or are visiting, a country that engages in Internet censorship or monitoring of content.
Beyond blocked services, more and more countries are engaging in Internet censorship or monitoring Internet users. FBVPN services will ensure full, anonymous, and uncensored access to the Internet from wherever you are.
3. You have a company-issued VPN but don’t wish to use it for personal business.
When you use your employer’s VPN, typically all your online activity is tracked by default. Also, using your employer’s bandwidth and IP addresses for personal business is likely to be a violation of your company’s policies.
4. You don’t want your ISP or network owner to be able to monitor or control your online activities.
You call it your Internet connection but it really isn’t. You rent access to the Internet under, often rather ominous, terms and conditions from an ISP, or you gain access through some other means under terms you aren’t even privy to.
Often there is no evil intent, but there have been many cases, even in the United States, where individual privacy and access to the free Internet have been blatantly and willfully disregarded.
We believe it is every law-abiding individual’s right to secure their data and protect their privacy online. Businesses wouldn’t think of sending data without VPN encryption to protect their interests. What’s good enough for them is good enough for you.
5. You don’t want Google, Yahoo, and other search engines recording every search you perform.
Just like your ISP, search engines record every search you do and tie it to your IP address. These searches can be stored indefinitely. With FBVPN service, only our IP address will be captured, not yours.
Winners are selected with in their comments, congratulations! You will be contacted by FBVPN by email shortly. Don’t be sad if you didn’t win, stay tuned for the next opportunity 😉
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