Leaving home without your smartphone just isn’t a thing in 2017. In today’s world we need to be reachable either by phone, text or message at all times and while being connected has its benefits it also has its negatives. Hackers have slowly begun to target smartphones over the past few years and keeping your iPhone or your Android phone secure on the go is not necessarily an easy thing. By using a VPN to connect to the Internet, you can keep your mobile devices and the sensitive data on them secure on any network you connect to throughout the day.
Most VPN service providers offer services globally and thus charge in US Dollars rather than in local currencies, so we've listed pricing in Dollars for the sake of simplicity. Bear in mind that when you click through to the actual deals, you may find the prices automatically displayed in pounds, or whatever your native currency may be.
These are the best deals we found for keeping our mobile devices protected on the go:
1. ZenMate - Only $38.40 for 12 months
ZenMate is a highly user-friendly VPN that is a great choice for novice users. This VPN has servers across more than 30 locations worldwide and its highly streamlined Windows client can be set up in just a few clicks. ZenMate also offers a 14-day money back guarantee if you’re unsatisfied with the service and the company is currently giving new customers 40% off.
2. Hotspot Shield - Lifetime license for $139.99
This VPN has 2,000 servers across 20 locations with support for up to five simultaneous connections. Hotspot Shield offers great download speeds and supports private browsing as well as virtual locations. The company also provides a 7-day free trial so that new customers can try out this VPN for themselves.
3. ExpressVPN - Just $99.95 for 15 months
ExpressVPN has very impressive selection of native clients with support for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and even BlackBerry. This VPN has over 1,000 servers across 136 locations with support for up to three devices. ExpressVPN also offers full P2P support, a kill switch in case the service goes down and a ‘no hassle’ money-back-guarantee.