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  • Ritika Vijayavargi

    Windscribe is amazing. I will be trying it for sure.

    Thanks

    Ritka

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  • 呜呜

    thanks

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  • SweetTooth

    It’s illegal to use a vpn in China. If you are planning on using one at least go for a trusted company like Nordvpn or Expressvpn. I personally use Nord and I can tell you that it’s definitely what it claims to be. You pay for a top service and you get one. How can you be sure that a free vpn won’t sell out your data? Why would they offer their service for free? I want people to understand that it’s risky to be disobeying Chinas laws already, but at least be smart if you do it.

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    • Max Hobbs

      "You get what you pay for" - big believer in this. I use Express myself, rarely a problem encountered.

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  • Benny Kany

    PureVPN should've been on the list. Their Alpha app for China is specially designed that works amazingly in China.

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    • Max Hobbs

      Good feedback Benny. PureVPN is a good VPN we can certainly vouch for that. Some good free one's on the market without doubt.

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  • Naresh

    Thanx

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  • Ted

    Great article LTL

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  • Lyle

    There's load to be fair, Express is the best £ for £ VPN in my eyes though. Best support and few downtimes.

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  • Christian

    NORD is my best

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  • Marti

    Nicely put together. Coming to China soon so this is just what I need. Bookmarked! :)

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    • LTL Team HQ

      Delighted to hear that Marti, see you soon!!

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  • Ebony

    Your blog is great, thanks for sharing!

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    • LTL Team HQ

      Thanks Ebony, appreciated :)

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  • Wyk

    Windscribe is not available in China

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    • Max Hobbs

      Actually it is but it will depend on your App Store location.

      Downloading it in China, I think might be an issue as you say, but it is certainly available.

      Thanks for your comment :)

      LTL Team

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  • Arlan

    Pfft, just live in CHina without one, it is possible

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    • Max Hobbs

      Fair play Arlan, we salute you!

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  • Perry

    useful list. i think you can use free ones and not have to pay

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    • Max Hobbs

      You certainly can Perry... if it works for you, great!

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