VPNTraffic Free VPN Accounts Giveaway Winners

A few days back we had started a giveaway of VPNTraffic which is a VPN service for USA and Japan. I had frozen the giveaway and started working on the winners. The winners have been chosen randomly but the quality of the comment certainly does matter in choosing the winners. So I would advise that everyone taking part in future giveaways should give useful comments. So without further waiting, here’s the list of winners:
Round & Round at the Vatican--On flickr Explore

1- Vinnie
2- naj690
3- Ghulam Mustafa
4- Betaland
5- Gustavo Leig
6- DJ
7- Gazos
8- macsturm
9- jnhng
10- Supra
11- JasonCook599
12- jerry
13- Thomas
14- walang sangit
15- Charley
16- yamato
17- huiyui
18- pr
19- David
20- NiceTake
All the winners must comment on this post to avoid any wasted accounts. After one week, if the winners don’t comment on this post, their account will be given to the next random person. For all those who have not won this giveaway contest should not dispair. We have two more giveaways coming up in this week and one is in next week. If you want to know the details, you can go to technize giveaway forum.
Note: The next giveaway that I’m planning is Wondershare Demo Creator. To discuss about it, suggest or request another giveaway software, go to our giveaways forum. To follow and participate in further giveaway contests, you can subscribe to technize.com via email or RSS.

42 thoughts on “VPNTraffic Free VPN Accounts Giveaway Winners”

  1. Hi Technize!
    Thank you for giving me the VPNTraffic free account 😀
    Congratulations to all other winners as well.
    Looking to forward to more exciting giveaways from you.

  2. haha.. i was just trying to see whether my comment could make me win.
    Thanks for the giving me the account Technize. i would really love to try it 🙂

  3. Amazing !!
    Thanks for this giveaway.
    This account is very imporant to me during my visits to china.
    I will try it at once and see what happen.
    Thanks again.

  4. Thanks! I’m so glad I’ve won. I guess subscribing to a less popular (no offence intended – blogs like How To Geek have over 140, 000 readers and chances of winning a VERY slim. Your blog only had 50-some comments) paid off!

  5. @Charley
    I don’t know about the validity of the account. It was given to me by VPNTraffic. I’ll ask them and let you know about it.
    Yes you are free to open any site with it. It has unmetered bandwidth.

  6. Thank you for the free account.
    I will keep testing on speed and stability of the VPN.
    Certainly let our friends know how powerful it is.

  7. Is it only me or the VPNTraffic site having some problem.
    I can’t access it.
    Thanks for the account, this is the first time i won anything.

  8. Hi Sanix,
    I Can’t access it too, May be the same problem with other winner “Huiyui”.
    I am stuck with the VPN server Name or it’s IP. What is the value of it.
    Please help and advise.

  9. Thank you very much, looking forward to testing this out. First time in a long time that I have won something so I am really excited.
    thank you

  10. Thank you very much, looking forward to testing this out. First time in a long time that I have won something so I am really excited.

  11. I can’t find the IP list. I can’t log into the site as the username is not an email address. From what I can tell you need to buy a VPN package to find out the IP address (I created an account to find out). I thought the most difficult part would be getting it to run on Ubuntu (which isn’t that hard, you just need to adapt from another tutorial),but it appears that the hardest part will be finding out the IP. I have contacted VPN Traffic inquiring about the IP addresses. When they reply I will post the details.

  12. Hi Technize!
    Thank you very much Sanix,I have received my VPNTraffic account as well.I would also like to know the validity of the account too 🙂

  13. Yes same problem occurred to me regarding this IP. If anyone have a working Ip to this VPNtraffic kindly share it to the others.

  14. So many people are confused about the IP to be used with this VPN Service. You can use the following URL:
    vpntraffic.com is opening absolutely fine at my end and I can connect with my username and password. If anyone is having further problems, please let me know so that I may be able to solve it as soon as possible.

  15. @Sanix
    Works like a charm! Thanks! Just out of curiosity, do you have the domain or IP for Japan (or wherever the other place is)?

  16. @JasonCook599
    I haven’t tried out Japan yet but you can use jp.vpntraffic.com as the Japan server. Kindly let me know if it works.

  17. hello boys,
    I hope I did not miss the party.
    Always happy to see my name in winners on this forum.
    Many thanks.

  18. @Sanix
    The Japan VPN server works. I have only used it to test it. I don’t know of anything that requires a Japanese IP, but I have added it to my arsenal of filter blocking tools.

  19. Will this work with DD-WRT routers?
    I got a DD-WRT compatible Wi-Fi router and company called VPN Television http://www.vpntelevision.com helped set it up for me with a VPN connection the the US. Now my whole house has a US IP address to watch Hulu and Netflix, (we are located in Europe). Even though the VPN service was not free, it wasn’t expensive either considering that I get Hulu Plus and Netfix with no problems now.

  20. Greetings from Idaho! I’m bored to tears at work so I decided to browse your site on my iphone during lunch break. I really like the info you present here and can’t wait to take a look when I get home. I’m shocked at how fast your blog loaded on my phone .

Comments are closed.