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VPNs have become increasingly popular, with more people than ever using a VPN in 2019. This article will discuss the use of a VPN, how it may benefit you and an extensive list of trends around the world in 2019 for VPN usage.
What actually is a VPN?
Virtual private network (VPN) is a tool used to allow safe and private access to the internet whilst hiding your actions online. There are many different reasons as to why people may choose to use a VPN, however, there is a general trend of accessing information which is unavailable without the use of a VPN. For example, accessing blocked sites at work, watching television shows only available in different countries and interacting with friends and family through social media who are located above. Currently, 25% of internet users have used a VPN within the last month (this is represented within our infographic), with devices used including desktops (17% of users), smartphones (7% of users), androids (15% of users) and even television boxes to access channels previously not available within a specific country.