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TunnelBear VPN Review

By Paul Nash | 29 September 2013 at 6:19 pm CET | No Comments

Understanding the entire process of how VPN works will definitely leave your mind blown. Some users don’t want to try out a VPN service simply because they are not familiar with its concept – or even if they do, it’s not something that an average internet user can fully absorb.

For first time VPN users, there is a VPN service that suits you best. TunnelBear is a VPN service that concentrates in offering a simplistic and minimalistic approach on presenting its service.

In this comprehensive review, we will look at an overview of the service. Let’s take a look at how the service performs and whether it is worth subscribing to or not.

TunnelBear availability


TunnelBear has numerous VPN servers in the United States and United Kingdom. Despite the fact that the company does not have sufficient servers in a many major VPN markets, it still offers a great way to unblock local content from these two countries.

Other countries where there is a TunnelBear VPN server are Canada, Germany and Japan. Like what was established earlier, TunnelBear does not have a lot of servers. The good news is that the company is open to dialogues in putting up new servers in other places.

TunnelBear is an ideal VPN solution for unlocking geo-restricted sites anywhere in the world. If you live in a country where Facebook, YouTube, Gmail, Twitter and the likes are being banned, then TunnelBear would be a perfect choice for you. At no extra cost, you can also switch servers at the click of a button.

The service is available to all users all over the world with the exemption of China. At this time, TunnelBear will not connect in China. Come to think of it, are TunnelBears afraid of Panda bears?

TunnelBear supported systems


TunnelBear allows simultaneous accesses from 3 platforms on a single subscription plan. If you have a desktop computer, a smartphone and a tablet-PC, you can use the TunnelBear VPN service at the same time.

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Paul Nash

Paul earned his degree in Electronics Engineering in Manila, Philippines. Reporting from one of Asia’s fastest growing megacities, he has a first-hand perspective on technology development and how it influences and enables people to live better lives. Paul has been writing for VPN Creative since 2012 and is covering subjects related to Internet security, online privacy. In his own words, he is young, ambitious and weird (in the best possible way!).

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