Verizon's new secure Wi-Fi VPN service allows customers to protect up to 10 devices with VPN just for 4 dollars a month. However, it's hard to imagine anyone trusting Verizon again after his many blunders. (1
Verizon has announced that it should offer a VPN service for mobile devices. It's called Safe Wi-Fi and it will cost $ 3.99 per month.
The service will only be available to Verizon customers using iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. Each account with Safe Wi-Fi can register up to 10 units in total. The carrier also offers a free 30-day trial for anyone interested.
How to use Verin's new VPN service
To use the service, customers only need to log in to the My Verizon app and go to the "Products and Devices" section. There, scroll down to reach the new "Safe Wi-Fi" option. According to The Verge, the feature was not shown during the test, even though the app has been updated to the latest version. Perhaps Verizon is still rolling it out to all users.
Verinson's VPN also comes with a built-in ad block, though it is unclear whether it means ads will be blocked on sites like Yahoo or AOL, both owned by the carrier.
Why Customers Can Think Twice About Verizon
The offer certainly sounds tempting, but it's easy to imagine that many will skip this in view of Verinson's tendency to frustrate users by introducing constraints that have a major impact on the user experience and satisfaction.
For example, Verizon customers once fumbled on the carrier because it was discovered to deliberately iron YouTube and Netflix well before users themselves hit their 22GB gas limit. Another source of frustration is the fact that its unlimited plans change constantly. Just in June, it presented three new "unlimited" plans that were not really limitless.
Certainly, gas damages will probably not be a problem with the Safe Wi-Fi service since VPN will be based on Wi-Fi, but customers may still feel reluctant to believe in a company known to suddenly introduce changes such as often does not make sense and sometimes even see anti-customer.
As said, $ 4 per month seems quite decent considering what other companies charge for for VPN. In contrast, ExpressVPN, a popular choice on Android, costs almost $ 7 per month – and that's if users pay for 15 months in advance. Like The Verge notes, it will probably appeal to families traveling a lot, especially in countries that require VPN, including China, Cuba or Saudi Arabia.
Thoughts about Verinson's VPN offer? Do you trust the carrier enough to use another of his services? As always, if you have something to share, please listen to them in the comments below!
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