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Verizon launches VPN app for Android and iOS devices

2018-07-31 10:59 by
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Verizon has introduced its own mobile VPN called Safe Wi-Fi, which will hide your IP address when you use public networks. Safe Wi-Fi aims to protect users logging on to public networks by creating a secure online connection for users accessing the internet on their mobile devices.

The service also stops annoying pop-ups with its Ad Tracker Blocker service, which stops users being monitored whilst visiting certain sites, whilst also stopping adverts appearing without warning. Interestingly, these include ads on the company's many websites like Yahoo, AOL, and more might see ads blocked on their sites.

Safe Wi-Fi only works for Verizon customers on iOS and Android and it costs $3.99 monthly per account to cover up to 10 devices. Currently, Verizon is offering the first 30 days as a free trial.

Verizon customers can sign into My Verizon and go to the Products & Apps page, scroll to Safe Wi-Fi and then click "get it now" to subscribe. The Safe Wi-Fi feature is then added to their account. Customers can download the Safe Wi-Fi app from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store on their device and then follow the onscreen instruction to sign up with a one-month free promotion.

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