Android phones and tablets come with built-in support for a virtual network (VPN), but the setup and connection process is a tedious pain. In addition, the available protocols do not include OpenVPN, which is considered much more secure and open than PPTP and L2TP / IPSec.
So instead of manually setting up a VPN with your Android phone, we recommend subscribing to a provider with dedicated VPN apps for Android .
Connecting your Android phone to a VPN server in the right location can mask your IP address and help you unlock geo-blocked content, such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. It can also prevent your ISP and mobile operator from monitoring your online activities. It's always a good idea to connect your Android device to a VPN server when you're on a public wi-fi network to prevent hackers from misleading your online business
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