Pornhub launches its own free VPN with unlimited bandwidth

Meet ‘VPNhub’, Pornhub’s own virtual private network app

Pornhub, the most popular adult video website, has launched its own virtual private network “VPNhub” to help visitors safeguard their browsing privacy online and prevent their internet activities from leaking to untrusted Wi-Fi networks.

Dubbed as “VPNhub”, the data sent over this VPN service is encrypted. According to VPNhub’s website, it tells potential customers that it’s “free and unlimited,” and it offers “fast speeds” and “online freedom.” VPNhub is independent of the site, Pornhub and you don’t need to register as a member of Pornhub to use VPNhub.

“Today, the Internet is rife with hackers, who are growing in number and sophistication, compromising people’s sensitive data. While browsing in incognito may keep users’ browsing history secret, truth is they’re still susceptible to prying eyes, especially when browsing on unsecured public Wi-Fi networks. Here at Pornhub, with 90 million visitors a day, the vast majority of whom are using devices on the go, it’s especially important that we continue to ensure the privacy of our users and maintain their confidentiality. With the launch of VPNhub, users will have access to the world’s fastest VPN, with over 1000 servers in 15+ countries from which to choose. Now, whether they are perusing the Internet while traveling or from an untrusted network, they can do so without worry,” Pornhub Vice President Cory Price said in a statement.

For the uninitiated, VPN, or Virtual Private Network, can encrypt your internet traffic over your broadband provider. It not only allows access to geoblocked content by hiding your real IP addresses but also provides added protection on public Wi-Fi and acts as a frontline defense against any hacks, attacks or breaches online.

While the VPNhub promises never to store, collect, sell, or share your personal information to others, but it can still share “aggregate or non-personally identifiable information with non-affiliated third parties for advertising, marketing or research purposes” under the heading, “How We Use Your Information” in its privacy policy.

The VPNhub app is free to download for mobile users (both iOS and Android). However, desktop users (MacOS and Windows) need to purchase a premium membership.

For those looking to upgrade their free account can do so by opting for premium subscription at $12.99/month (or $90 for annual subscription), which removes the ads, provides faster connection speeds, and allows you to select the countries you want to connect to. However, even free members have access to unlimited bandwidth.

A seven-day trial version is also available for free in countries like the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Brazil, Japan and Singapore. VPNhub is available globally, except for Myanmar, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria due to the ban imposed by the U.S. government. Moreover, countries including Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, and China, might block the service.

For more information on VPNhub, and to view the promotional videos, visit