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PureVPN Add-Ons

Apr 20, 2016
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PureVPN offers multiple paid add-ons to help users add an extra layer of security. These add-ons have special purposes and are designed to take a user’s VPN experience to the next level. We will describe each add-on separately in the following sections to give you a comprehensive overview about them.

Port Forwarding Add-on

Port Forwarding gives your connection an extra layer of security by blocking any unwanted inbound traffic. You don’t need to setup anything extra at your end to get extra security of Port Forwarding because it runs on the server end, keeping your devices secure when connected to PureVPN.

Who Should Subscribe For This Add On?

All those individuals who are concerned about their security and want to have an extra layer of protection to ascertain their online security should get this add-on. It doesn’t require any extra settings, so you don’t need to be a tech savvy to use this add-on for tightening your security further.

Port Forwarding Available on: Windows, Mac, Android, iOS & Router

How to get this Add-on: You can simply go to PureVPN’s order page, buy an account and select this addon from “Additional Add-on” drop down menu before making the payment!

Dedicated IP Add-on

PureVPN’s Dedicated IP provides users with a static IP that is only assigned to them. A user has the choice to choose a dedicated IP from their desired region to help them with their particular requirement. Apart from keeping them safe, the dedicated IP add-on also helps users to access sensitive accounts without any suspicion or risk including banks, corporate databases, emails, etc.

The one detail to note here is that a Dedicated IP can only be connected on one device, but if a user sets up the dedicated IP on their router, then all the devices connected to it will get the same dedicated IP address.

Currently, PureVPN offers Dedicated IPs of the following countries:

USA, UK, Canada, Germany, Malta, Hong Kong, Australia and Singapore.

Who Should Subscribe For This Add On?

All those people who require a static IP to access their financial, corporate, or personal accounts should get a dedicated IP. If a user is unwilling to use shared IPs and wants to have full control over their own IP, then they should get a dedicated IP for themselves.

Available on: Windows, Mac, Android (Via manual configuration), iOS & Router

How to get this Add-on: You can simply go to PureVPN’s order page, buy an account and select this addon from “Additional Add-on” drop down menu before making the payment!

Dedicated IP with DDoS Protection Add-on

Dedicated IP with DDoS protection is also a static IP, but it is equipped with security features to prevent and thwart any DDoS attack. It doesn’t only help users to get a static IP on every connection, but it also keeps them protected from DDoS attacks of the worst kind. You don’t need to setup anything extra for DDoS protection, because it works on the server’s end.

Currently, PureVPN offers Dedicated IPs with DDoS Protection of the following countries:

Australia, Canada, Germany, France, Netherlands, New Zealand, UK and USA.

Who Should Subscribe For This Add On?

Users who wish to get a static VPN IP with a higher connection speed can get this add-on. If you want to prevent a DDoS attack on your connection, then this add-on is made for you, especially if you are a gamer who is at a higher risk of getting DDoSed.

Available on: Windows, Mac, Android (Via manual configuration), iOS & Router

How to get this Add-on: You can simply go to PureVPN’s order page, buy an account and select this addon from “Additional Add-on” drop down menu before making the payment!

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