1. Verminator's Avatar
    It's still hard to believe that Blackberry hasn't offered anthing other than the IKEv protocol for VPN connections yet.

    However, working with what we have can anyone recommend an inexpensive and reliable commercially available VPN that will support our Blackbery 10 devices (Z10, Z30, Q5 and Q10).

    I see there are at least 3 that I've found, and all are farily expensive:

    vpntraffic - $5/month or $35/year
    purevpn - $9.95/month or $49.95/year
    vpnreactor - $9.99/month or $95.88/year

    Has anyone actually used any of these with their BB10 device and if so what are your opinions of them.

    What I want is multi-country switchability to various VPN servers, and the ability to use it either on WiFi or the carrier network without issues.

    I'm NOT interested in making my own VPN servier at home at this time, just want a commercially available, reliable and inexpensive VPN that I can toggle on and off as needed.

    Looking forward to any replies.
    03-22-14 09:36 PM
  2. pkcable's Avatar
    5 per month sounds pretty reasonable to me for a VPN.
    03-22-14 11:23 PM
  3. Omnitech's Avatar
    It's still hard to believe that Blackberry hasn't offered anthing other than the IKEv protocol for VPN connections yet.

    However, working with what we have can anyone recommend an inexpensive and reliable commercially available VPN that will support our Blackbery 10 devices (Z10, Z30, Q5 and Q10).

    I see there are at least 3 that I've found, and all are farily expensive:

    vpntraffic - $5/month or $35/year
    purevpn - $9.95/month or $49.95/year
    vpnreactor - $9.99/month or $95.88/year

    Has anyone actually used any of these with their BB10 device and if so what are your opinions of them.

    What I want is multi-country switchability to various VPN servers, and the ability to use it either on WiFi or the carrier network without issues.

    I'm NOT interested in making my own VPN servier at home at this time, just want a commercially available, reliable and inexpensive VPN that I can toggle on and off as needed.

    Looking forward to any replies.

    Here are some previous discussions:

    http://forums.crackberry.com/blackbe...estion-806116/

    http://forums.crackberry.com/blackbe...d-vpns-848859/

    http://forums.crackberry.com/blackbe...ou-use-915136/

    http://forums.crackberry.com/blackbe...ng-vpn-896195/
    pkcable likes this.
    03-22-14 11:34 PM
  4. trsbbs's Avatar
    Using VPNReactor. So far so good. Did some online security and it did very well.

    Speeds are fast but at times there are slow downs.
    Setup was not bad at all.

    Just wish BlackBerry would improve their VPN options etc.

    Posted via Verizon Z10 - OS v10.1.2.2174
    03-25-14 07:54 AM
  5. trsbbs's Avatar
    Using VPNReactor. So far so good. Did some online security and it did very well.

    Speeds are fast but at times there are slow downs.
    Setup was not bad at all.

    Just wish BlackBerry would improve their VPN options etc.

    Posted via Verizon Z10 - OS v10.1.2.2174
    Dumped these folks for PureVPN. Faster and more stable connection.

    Posted via Verizon Z10 - OS v10.1.2.2174
    04-02-14 06:16 AM
  6. Dr Rose's Avatar
    Personally I've subscribed to purevpn.com since Feb 2013 and it's pretty good so far, but didn't get a chance to try the other providers to compare.
    04-04-14 02:51 AM
  7. eninrebmun's Avatar
    A bit late to this thread, but I use 12vpn. They are fast and have excellent support and many methods of connection available. For BB10 there is Cisco ASA and IKEv2 to choose from. Also you have the side benefit of being able to use OpenVPN or other methods for your computer, or other devices. They do allow for multiple connections at once, as long as you're on different servers.

    Use QINGMING for a 20% discount code. Not sure how long that one is good for.
    04-05-14 10:58 AM

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