This company is giving away a free VPN to companies and there are no catches

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Cloud VPN provider GoodAccess has announced the launch of its new Starter plan that will give even smaller businesses access to a capable business VPN service for free.

The company’s new starter plan allows SMBs and even startups to create a cloud-based business VPN for up to 100 users for free without having to build their own hardware infrastructure.

Despite being free, GoodAccess’ new plan guarantees the security of remote work, encrypts user connections to corporate systems, protects sensitive data and even blocks online threats. Compared to other free VPN offerings, the GoodAccess Starter plan contains no ads, nor is an organization’s browsing data sold to third parties.

GoodAccess co-founder and CEO Michal Cizek explained in a blog post why the company decided to release its new free Starter plan:

“At GoodAccess, we believe that anyone who needs it should be able to secure access for their business anytime, anywhere without wasting hours on infrastructure. Releasing the free Starter Plan is a logical step on our mission.”

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GoodAccess Starter Pack

With GoodAccess’ new Starter plan, every time a business user connects to the cloud VPN, the service automatically finds the closest gateway location with the lowest latency to ensure the smoothest possible experience. While the company’s free plan dynamically assigns IP addresses to users, organizations that require a static IP address must upgrade to one of the paid plans.

In terms of customers, GoodAccess Starter offers them for Android, Windows, iOS, and macOS, allowing even free users to connect to a VPN on both desktop and mobile. To protect the sensitive business data sent through its VPN, GoodAccess uses encryption at the network layer to provide more in-depth encryption of the communication as a whole and the payload.

DNS filtering is often the first line of defense against a variety of online threats, including phishing and network attacks such as botnets, port scanning, etc. GoodAccess’ Threat Blocker is the implementation of DNS filtering and works on the VPN gateway to protect users and warn administrators about any malicious presence on their network. The new Starter plan also includes full protection from the company’s Threat Blocker, though paid users get access to more granular reporting.

Businesses looking to try out GoodAccess’ new Starter plan can sign up for a 14-day free trial and then they can decide whether to keep the company’s free plan or upgrade to one of the paid plans instead.

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