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It’s VPN service comes in two flavors; a free proxy-based website and a full-on VPN software called HMA! Pro VPN. Apart from VPN, Hide My Ass also offers other privacy-based services, as well.
HMA! Pro VPN offers a multitude of services to ensure an easy-to-use VPN experience. These services include:
•568 servers in 64 countries with ‘Speed Guide’ to help the user to get servers giving the maximum speed.
• Secure IP Bind ensures applications use the internet after the VPN connection has been established, resulting in complete anonymity.
• IP address switching can be scheduled by the user.
• Supports PPTP, L2TP, and OpenVPN protocols.
• Free VPN software that is customized to increase ease of use, including one-click connection.
• Unlimited bandwidth usage.
• VPN servers added continuously to the network.
• Fast customer support.
• 30 Day money back guarantee.
There is a total of three VPN packages offered, based on subscription times.
• 1 Month package costs $11.52.
• Price of the 6 months package has been reduced from $69.12 to $49.99, resulting in a 27% savings. The price reduction now puts the per-month cost of this package at $8.33/month.
• Like the 6 months package, price for the 1 year package has also been decreased, albeit by a much higher margin. The 1 year package, previously priced at $138.24, costs just $78.66 now. This huge slash in price results in as massive 43% discount for the consumer. The average per-month cost to the customer for subscribing to the 1 year package comes to just $6.55.
HMA! Pro VPN is compatible on all leading operating systems such as Linux, Mac OS, and Microsoft Windows. Moreover, it is also compatible on devices like DDWRT, Apple devices, Android phones, and many more.
‘HideMyAss’ accepts a wide range of payment methods such as VISA, MasterCard, AMEX, Discover, PayPal, Google Checkout, AlertPay, Liberty Reserve, among others.
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