Pornhub launches its own VPN with unlimited usage even for free users

Pornhub is launching its own VPN service today unlimited bandwidth that will be free of cost. The VPN (Virtual Private Network) is supposed to help users avoid ISP throttling and geographic limitations that means you can watch porn without anywhere even if it is ban in your coutry. It’s also designed to let users transmit data anonymously without saving or collecting any of that data therefore nobody will be able to track your browsing history.

The VPNhub service is available for free on the Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows stores, which depends entirely on ads to generate revenue. Just like the ‘Premium’ offering on Pornhub, VPNhub also has a premium subscription offer, which removes the ads and promises faster browsing speeds. The premium subscription costs anywhere between $12 and $14 per month, depending on the platform, and is well worth a buy if you don’t like ads.

To get started, you need to download the VPNHUB app on your device. The app has an orange lock icon right in the center which you can tap to activate the secure VPN connection. Once the secure connection is activated, the lock turns green with a neat little animation. VPNHUB also provide the service which include a bunch of different server locations, in free version it is locked to US location and you’ll need to subscribe to the premium version to access other locations.

In a statement regarding the new VPN service, Pornhub’s VP Corey Price told VentureBeat:

“VPNhub is free and unlimited, anonymous and easy to use. It’s also developed by us, the leading adult entertainment platform in the world. While many people employ a VPN service for any number of reasons while browsing the internet, a good number of them use it to circumvent and bypass restrictions to access adult content. It only makes sense that they use Pornhub’s.”

This website recently launched support for cryptocurrency, which allows users to easily make anonymous payments to the site.

Shashank Tiwari

Shashank Tiwari is a writer from India and the Tech Explained editor. In his free time he dabbles in fiction, photography, and game development.

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