The Best VPN to Use in China

Ann Moroz By Ann Moroz, 12th Dec 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
Posted in Wikinut>Travel>Asia>China>Beijing & Around

Looking for the best vpn service for China? Find out why use vpn and how to select best vpn for China.

Best VPN service for China

With a time pass the most reliable solution to access blocked sites in China still remains vpn service.

Below you can find the list of vpn providers that works fine in China (tested on January the 13th 2016)

We tested only the most reliable and secure services with the main features:

Help to Unblock All sites
Safe, secure, and reliable
Protect your privacy
Provide good service with:

No speed limits
No bandwidth
No log files
Sahrzad VPN - http://sahrzad.net

1 week $3.99
1 month $9,99
3 months $27.99
6 months $53.99
1 year $89,99

VPN Account http://vpn-account.com

1 week $3.5
1 month $10
3 months $28
6 months $52
1 year $98

Spider VPN (for Android) http://spidervpn.net
1 week $3
1 month $5
3 months $10
6 months $15
1 year $29.99

VPN Privacy
1 week $3.5
1 month $10
3 months $28
6 months $52
1 year $98

In case you are not yet aware, the Great Firewall of China is continuously blocking websites, which includes Google, YouTube, social media such as Facebook and Twitter, and tons of Wikipedia pages. In recent months, more Gmail users have been complaining about China’s very strict Internet censorship. But thanks to VPN (Virtual Private Network), you can easily bypass this Great Chinese Firewall. However, ordinary VPNs are likely not capable of doing the job right as you expect them to do.

In 2014 and early 2015, many site owners complained receiving abrupt, massive but useless web traffic. It was learned that the Great Chinese Firewall blocked many URLs of Kim Kardashian’s naked photos last year and were redirected to various sites. But while some analysts say that this strict Internet censorship by the Chinese government will not last long, it appears to be getting stronger as time passes by. This is the main reason why you should be very careful in choosing a VPN service provider.

Since its operations started in 2003, the Great Firewall of China has been using various techniques in censoring the web. In fact, many VPNs have been blocked temporarily and permanently with no particular reason cited. These incidents have been reported to have mostly occurred in schools and universities. But for the sake of argument, China has never issued a policy that VPNs are illegal in their country. There are even no official reports that VPN users in China are being arrested or punished.

Nevertheless, the Great Chinese Firewall has recently upgraded their Internet censorship. Even non VPNs are now automatically blocked for unclear reasons. This means that it now becomes harder to access restricted sites in China. Web traffic via VPN is highly encrypted, a technique that proxy sites are not capable of. However, it is highly advisable to use paid VPNs instead of the free ones. Free and paid VPNs provide a new IP address to their users to hide their real IP address and geo-location.

VPN is also widely used by business owners around the world. In today’s era of smartphones, employees can access sensitive information using VPN while they are in a public Wi-Fi zone such as coffee shops and train stations. But without VPN, any third party can easily access the data without the knowledge of the smartphone user. If you are in China and you want to use VPN, you are not protecting only yourself from hackers. You are also highly secured from the wide eyes of Great Firewall of China.

But obviously, no free VPN can beat the power of Great Firewall of China. Although you may be able to use it, expect that you will immediately be blocked. The Chinese government is not investing huge amount of money just to be beaten by a free service. And because these free VPNs also need to make money, prepare yourself to be bombarded with tons of ridiculous advertisements. With a premium VPN, you can expect tougher security protocols and faster response from their customer service personnel.

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author avatar ginaguo
7th Mar 2016 (#)

Oh, it seems that you're familiar with China very much. You must have been to China. Welcome to have a trip to China via worldventures.com

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