Astrill – VPN service for Secure & Anonymous browsing | Free Beta Invites

Astrill is a new, effective and simple to use VPN service, currently in Beta stage. It allows you to surf the Internet anonymously and that too at very fast speed. Users can change their country to US or UK and enjoy privacy with encrypted connection. The app is standalone and doesn’t need to install.

Astrill Astrill settings

Astrill is very helpful for people whose regions are restricted from watching videos on Hulu, access to social networks and other sites which are blocked. Astrill bypasses any kind of firewall or filtering – no more censorship. There are no data transfer limits and Astrill team aims to provide an excellent support to their users.

Key Features:

  • Access Internet from any place at any time
  • Enjoy privacy with encrypted connection
  • View both HTTP and HTTPS (SSL) websites anonymously
  • Lightning fast web surfing
  • Works with all major Browsers
  • No Ads
  • Supports Windows and Mac OS X

Astrill starts as low as $10.99 for one month and for longer-period purchases they offer up to 40% discount! Though, you can enjoy Astrill for FREE by signing up using the invite code or the private beta link below:

Beta invite code: ASTRILL-WEBTRICKZ-6E16E-NF3D3

SignUp for Astrill Now!

UPDATE – Astrill has now added support for Mac OS X, and Linux. They are also working to support Apple iPhone and iPad, and other mobile devices with VPN capabilities.

Private Beta invitation code: ASTRILL-BETA-982973-K7CN4

Private Beta invitation link:


Mayur Agarwal is the founder and editor-in-chief of WebTrickz. As a Technology enthusiast and an Internet addict, he loves sharing useful How To’s and Tips & Tricks. Follow him @mayurjango on Twitter.

5 Responses

  1. Askvp says:

    You are wonderful mate. Thanks for the invitation. I have been looking for this kind of server that allow me to watch
    Yes it works like a charm :0…

  2. The Kite Girl says:

    Just a fast remark, this is a great site and fun posts, I will save.

  3. Kalpesh says:

    it asks to upgrade account

  4. John says:

    I\’ve been using Astrill for quite some time now. I\’m still impressed with the service. They manage to have a quick fix whenever I encounter problems using Astrill. It\’s all worth it.

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