On Febraury 18, Uganda became the new Egypt, only that it was not war but rather an election day where all social media services were shut down. All this was disguised as a move to prevent unlawful communication. Technology had a way to side step this. Many Ugandans got to know about VPN, and many used the app to bypass the blockage. Among them is VYPR VPN.
Let’s start with what VPN is. A VPN is a virtual private network which provides an added layer of Internet security, which allows people to peruse the Internet freely, securely access business files remotely, and stream shows and music worldwide, without the fear of compromising their sensitive data.
The VYPR VPN is one of the most robust VPNs on the market. Whether one is a casual user, power user or business VYPR VPN has you covered. They have 700+ servers worldwide, 200,000+ IP addresses and secure access via OpenVPN and Chameleon 256bit encryption.
VYPR VPN also offers cloud storage in all their packages to keep your files secure. They have apps for all your devices, Android, IOS, Windows and Mac. VYPR VPN is used by the Reddit team and is widely considered one of the best VPNS on the market. This app comes with a special 50 per cent discount on your first month via this link. Includes a free three- day trial, cancel any time and no risk.
You can also download the free version of VYPR VPN directly from Google Play. The only downside with VPNs is the extra data costs. Apart from that, no one will block you from the social network.