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Access Blocked Sites In China With The Best Vpn For Mac Os X The best vpn in China for Mac OS X is 12vpn. It's as clear as that.
I'm an advertiser for a handful vpn companies. 12vpn, strongvpn and switchvpn. All three are decent vpns are decent (I've tried all
personally) but when I say that the best vpn in China for Mac OS X is 12vpn here's what I mean. As an affiliate marketer, we get
statistics as to what number of sales were made during the day, to who it was sold, what time and a bunch of other statistics.
Something I've seen recently is that about seventy percent of sales coming from 12vpn in China are customers using Mac OS X
running system. The other companies have a pretty even mix, maybe strongvpn slightly leaning toward windows users and well, not
many people use switchvpn, but some here and there choose to sign up with their service. So why are people with Mac OS X
choosing 12vpn as their preferred VPN in China? I believe there are a couple of reaons, mainly price, accessibility, and support. More
and more people are switching to Macs and expats and travelers in China are no different. When you arrive in China however, it
immediately becomes clear that the restrictions the Chinese government puts on the internet can seriously impair your internet surfing
capabilities. Web pages like Facebook, Youtube, and many blogging sites are blocked and the list grows every day. Even sites which
can be not blocked can be slow to the point making you give up - which is just another form of internet censorship! Many people as
they look for ways to tunnel the Great Firewall quickly stumble upon the idea of vpns and start looking fo the best vpn in China for Mac
OS X. The number of prices, styles, and contract periods is endless but price seems to be the thing that makes or breaks the deal for
most people . Getting straight to the point, 12vpn has by far the cheapest deals on vpns. For about three dollars a month you can get
the same service that other companies are charging up to 20 dollars a month for. The price alone makes 12vpn the best vpn in China
for Mac OS X (for some users). This is the limited service (10 MB up/download per month) as well as shared IP. Though it is 'limited',
this service is more than enough for the average internet user. Blogging, streaming video, accessing Facebook - all of these become
instantly possible with just three dollars a month (about 16 RMB...how much was that pepper fried beef last night? 12 kuai?) They do
have a personal VPN available which may better for those who leave torrents downloading at night or expect faster speeds for
Youtube videos. It is sevently dollars a year or forty for six months. The price of this service is comparable to the shared IP services of
other companies. Compare them! Another important point which makes 12vpn the best vpn in China for Mac OS X is the accessibility
of their service. Their 'no frills' design makes it easy do decide which service you want and is evident that 12vpn is designed for Mac
users. There's nothing confusing about PPTP or other internet jargon. It's just, "PC or Mac", "Lite or Personal", "How long", "Finished".
A lot of other vpn services out stuff their home page with lots of banners and confusing details about choice of server location,
technical information, and flashy lights saying how great their service it. I don't care about that stuff. I want something quick and
reliable, and I need it now. That's where 12vpn stands out as the best vpn in China for Mac OS X. Simple, quick, and effective. The
final reason is support. While 12vpn doesn't have online support like some other vpn companies (it's downfall, but perhaps why its so
cheap), you can contact them by email and they'll usually email you back the day of!. It is not MSN chatting, but its still pretty good.
They've got a wikipage designed as kind of a self-help FAQ for Mac OS X in China with information on all of the devices they support
including ipod, ipad, and other hand held devices. Most of the problems with installation, connection, or whatever else have already
been solved and all you have to do is a search on their wikipage to find out what to do. My suggestion is don't attempt to reinvent the
wheel. The best vpn in China for Mac OS X has already been shown to be 12vpn. By my account I'd say that most people living in
China running Mac OS X are choosing to go with 12vpn. http://www.articledashboard.com/Article/Access-Blocked-Sites-in-China-
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