PPTP (Point-to-Point-Tunneling Protocol) is a network protocol used in the implementation of VPN services. PPTP works on a client server model. PPTP clients are included by default in Microsoft Windows and also available for both Linux and Mac OS X.

PPTP VPN establishes the tunnel but does not provide encryption, thus is not highly secured. The advantage: it provides high connection speed. PPTP VPN is ideal for watching online videos and unblocking restricted websites.

When you buy PPTP VPN take a look to the server locations, bandwidth offered, protocols available and to the compatibility with your device!

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