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Generous VPN

A 'pay what you want' VPN service that donates 10% to charity

Generous VPN

A 'pay what you want' VPN service that donates 10% to charity

Generous VPN stops governments from spying on you, hackers from stealing your data and unblocks websites blocked on work/school/country networks. Privacy is about trust, to Generous VPN lets users decide how much they want to pay, and donates 10% to charities chosen by the users.

Have you ever been to China only to find you can't access your Facebook or Gmail? Or ever sat behind your computer thinking 'hmm I wish my government wouldn't be able to see this'? Or perhaps you are one of the few people that know that using a public WiFi network means anyone can spy on what you are doing? Generous VPN is an easy and cost efficient way to help you secure your connection to the internet.

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Happy to answer questions and feedback is always welcome!
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@ActuallyMentor Interesting model! What made you decide to start a VPN service and how does Generous VPN differ from services like Cloak and Tunnel Bear?
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@marckohlbrugge Good question Mark! The service itself is generic in the sense of being a plain old VPN, with the addition of no logging at all.

The difference is in the model. Believe strongly that:

1. Everyone should have access to a VPN (hence pay what you want(
2. Business is not evil (hence turning this commercial project into a fundraising machine)

Besides that online privacy is about trust. And I can't think of a better way to show trust than letting people decide what to pay.
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@ActuallyMentor This model is great!! I'll surely share it with everyone.
Where are the servers located though? also any way we could select the location of the servers while browsing?
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@mentorpalokaj This model is great!! I'll surely share it with everyone.
Where are the servers located though? also any way we could select the location of the servers while browsing?
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@technoid4u Glad you like it :). The servers are in Amsterdam, and currently not changeable.

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