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[Android] VPN Pro $0 @ Google Play


Highlights of VPN Pro

✔️ All VPN servers FREE for lifetime.
✔️ No Subscription - No ads.
✔️ Unlimited: Truly unlimited. No session, speed or bandwidth limitations.
✔️ Simple: Unblock the world with just one touch of the “Connect” button.
✔️ Secured: Be fully anonymous and secured.
✔️ NO LOGS! you're completely anonymous and protected.

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  • +17

    Free lifetime VPN, sounds pretty suss to me.

    • +1

      Depends how much you value your privacy :-)

  • +4

    Might as well enter your personal details on the front page IMO

  • This app has access to:


    receive data from Internet
    view network connections
    full network access
    run at startup
    control vibration
    prevent device from sleeping

    • +3

      Cant see how a vpn could work without these permissions.

      • +1

        Just posting for visibility.

  • Don't expect good things from free things.

  • +1

    I'll put it in my Family Library for a few months and keep an eye on it, then make a decision to install later.

  • Hey guys, any good recommendations for VPN for Android devices. I don’t mind paying a reasonable cost for it.

    • -2

      Nord VPN, sign up to its service using cashback from shopback.com.au so it will turn out to be cheaper after your cashback is approved and you withdraw it.

      Good service, has servers in many countries and you can have multiple devices using the vpn at the same time.

      Let me know if you plan to go ahead I will share a shopback referral code 😀

    • +4

      How much privacy do you want? I'd recommend Mullvad, ProtonVPN or Freedome. Personally wouldn't use NordVPN or any VPN from a country that is part of the Five Eyes or 14 Eyes countries. privacytools.io has lots of good resources for online privacy including info on VPNs.

      • cheers for the link. ++

      • Thanks! For a high level of privacy, which one would you go with?

        • +1

          Any of the three I mentioned, personally I've been using Mullvad for a while.

    • +2

      I’ve been very happy with PIA for years. Excellent speeds (I get well over 150Mbps), and decent deals come up regularly.

      • I was until they got taken over by a bloody hedge fund that definitely doesn't have any interest in selling your privacy for profit (hint: they do).

      • Thanks, will check them out!

    • +1

      ProtonVPN is what I use - it's from the makers of ProtonMail, so you know it's legit. They even have a free membership tier, which fits my budget well.

  • +1

    I'd NEVER use a "free" VPN. Either do it right or don't bother

    • +1

      Right? Might as well take a used condom from someone and hope for the best.

  • This seems too good to be true, VPN companies would usually have a cost associated with their operations in multiple countries, how can it be free?

    • +2

      If you don't have to pay for anything then you are the product.

    • Yeah they must be recopuing the costs elsewhere. I know some companies sell customers data to third parties which is how they recoup money.

  • +2

    It will see my ozbargain visits 999 a day

  • So where is the catch?!

    • Data harvesting, or potentially malware dropping after they get a large enough user base.

    • +2

      A VPN operator can potentially see everything you are doing on Internet.

  • Free VPN or NO Logs. Pick one.

  • What's the catch. Your information being sold to third parties for a lifetime?.

    I think i'll stick with my Windscribe VPN lifetime subscription.

  • I dont trust this being Free. Your data will be harvested for sure.

    Dont be a sucker and have a paid VPN. Like 40 USD per year at PIA.

  • Suspicious. I can't see how they can give this away for free. Bandwidth isn't free. It's either incredibly limited or there is some other catch. Either way, I would stay clear. There are plenty of VPN providers that occasionally have good deals like NordVPN which are safer and better.