Easy inexpensive VPN connections
Why choose WireLayer?
Servers spread out worldwide
We have servers in many countries in the world. For one simple plan, you gain access to ALL of them, so you can connect to any one of them at any time you wish. Every server will assign a new IP address to your computer, corresponding to the server’s country.
Fast VPN connection
Our servers are on some of the fastest and most robust networks in the world. All of our servers offer a minimum of 100 Mbps uplink connection, which means that you’re only limited to this speed when sending or receiving data over the internet.
Reliability and convenience
Our experts are constantly improving the performance of our service to ensure flawless performance. We guarantee instant connection and no overloaded servers.
Our VPN connections make you “invisible” to other servers on the internet. You are given a new IP address, which does not refer to your person or location. We also do not store logs, so we do not know (contrary to your Internet Service Provider) what you’re doing, so you preserve complete privacy!
Our VPN technology is compatible with all popular OS and mobile devices. Our VPN accounts are really easy to set up, no special technical knowledge is required.
When you connect to an open Wi-Fi network at a café, hotel or an airport, you run the risk of your data being intercepted, which is relatively easy when it’s not encrypted. To solve this problem, simply connect to one of our VPN servers, and your in- and outbound data flow will be encrypted on the fly.
Unlock services otherwise inaccessible
There are some services that are only available to customers from certain countries. This problem is easy to solve when you connect to our servers! Get access to the following services and more.
Fresh blog entries
The PRISM fallout
It’s been some time after the big announcements were made and now that media focus have shifted on to the more dramatic parts of the PRISM story, namely the prosecution of the whistleblower, Edward Snowden. But it is not the topic I think is most important. The published information was only a blast, but all powerful events leave fallout, and this fallout may be even of more importance than the blast itself. What will be the fallout from the PRISM? Let’s speculate a bit.Read more
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