3G / 4G Bonding Done By Software Only, No Hardware!

When you have a remote operation you often have to depend on cellular networks for Internet access. But, one cellular connection alone usually doesn’t deliver enough bandwidth. The only solution is to bond multiple 3G/4G LTE connections together into a single pipe. That used to mean buying expensive equipment and paying for an IT service to get everything setup just … Read More

How to Bond Two DSL Lines Into One Faster Connection

Sometimes a single DSL line is not fast enough to get the job done. This is especially true if you live an area with a long connection to the nearest hub or you experience frequent fluctuations in speed. If you need more bandwidth and faster connection speeds, you can easily bond two separate DSL lines to form a single ultra-fast … Read More

4 Reasons Why you Should be Using a Mobile VPN

Why would you use a Mobile VPN like Speedify? Here are 4 top reasons that we hear from our users every day: Safety: Well, for one thing, by encrypting all of your traffic, it keeps you secure even on hotspots you don’t trust. Hackers can’t spy on what you’re doing, or what sites you’re visiting. Location: since your traffic seems … Read More

What makes Speedify faster than other VPNs?

As we saw, other VPNs use old, conventional protocols, like IPSec, PPTP and OpenVPN, that were designed to protect desktop computers from bad guys. Speedify uses a brand new protocol that was designed for today’s mobile devices. Although the Speedify protocol has dozens of improvements over the older conventional VPNs, there are three improvements that really stand out to help … Read More

A New Kind of VPN

Conventional VPNs are ill suited for today’s mobile-centric world. They are power-hungry, rigid, fragile, and inefficient. They do not account for changes in network environments as you roam between Wi-Fi and cellular connections throughout the day, handle gaps in coverage, or even utilize all available internet connections. We believe you shouldn’t have to compromise on speed when seeking security, or … Read More

How To Join Two Wi-Fi Networks at Once

Setting up your Mac or PC to use two or more Wi-Fi connections at the same time is a very simple task. In fact, any computer running Windows 7, 8 or 10 or macOS 10.10+ can connect to any combination of available Internet connections. In most cases, setting up multiple Internet connections on your computer doesn’t even require any extra … Read More