SunVPN Offers Reliable, High Speed VPN Services With Unlimited Bandwidth


Just over a year ago, I wrote an article about SunVPN, an easy to use, high speed plug-and-play personal VPN service. I’ve been using the service ever since, both on my Macs and my iOS devices, and have been able to recommend it to many others as well. In my experience, SunVPN has been a solid performer not only in terms of speed, especially when it comes to HD streaming on Hulu or Netflix etc., but also in terms of anonymity and reliability.


Whether you’re looking to access blocked VoIP applications such as Skype or Google Talk, or bypass restrictive internet from your company or university network, anonymous VPN services always come in handy. Similarly, accessing US-only websites from Canada on your computer or your iPhone / iPad, is seamless with a VPN connection. Best of all, you can hide your real IP address and location from the websites you visit and surf the web anonymously.

With SunVPN:

  • you encrypt your Internet traffic
  • you unblock all sites/Skype/MSN etc
  • your ISP does not see your browsing history
  • sites you visit see the VPN server IP
  • you are safe from data sniffers (like in Wireless HotSpots

Offering a 30-day money back guarantee, SunVPN is extremely easy to setup. It works on your Mac or Windows computer, as well as on iPhones, iPads, the iPod touch and majority of Android smartphones. Furthermore, you will never be in a contract with SunVPN. You pay as you go and can cancel anytime you like. Pricing for a complete package with an SSL + Mobile Plan works out to $9.90 per month–hit up this link to learn more and share your experience with us in the comments section below.


  • mcfilmmakers

    I use unblock-us and it works very well but it isn’t true that all sites can’t see your location. Case in point: I use Hulu on my PC and Xbox 360 but I cannot use the CW app on the 360 due to location restrictions despite my IP showing a US address. Also, crowdtap restricts my access due to location issues despite my IP being US as well.

  • Guest

    I use Witopia. It’s cheaper for a full year’s service at I think 70$ a year. Works like a charm, I’ve watched US Netflix, Hulu and what not. I think Sun is nice if you want a month’s worth of service, but otherwise Witopia (and maybe there are even cheaper ones) is a better option than Sun’s 120$ annual subscription. Also I feel like you should put some of the pricing in the article, would help give an idea of what to expect 😉

  • Pone

    “Just over a year ago…”

    So they will give you more that one free year service if you write an ad on your blog. I figured they would only let you do that once.

  • Alfie

    I guess you will find out in a year 🙂

  • Maardak

    Unblock-us is a dns redirect service, not VPN

  • mcfilmmakers

    Does it work with routers?

  • xxxJDxxx

    Is using this type of service to access content that isn’t supposed to be available in your country illegal?

  • Masood

    Point well made. It’s irritating to read what seems like an ad passing for a blog post. This happens far too much on iPhoneincanada. As a matter of policy, any article which promotes a product or service which was gifted to the authors should have this made clear.

  • Bobbi Style

    OR spend $20 on OS X Server and do YOUR OWN VPN! No monthly fees, on your own private machine….. sorted….

  • Guest

    Yup, lack of pricing in the article looks a bit iffy… begs the question why isn’t it there.