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How To Get Faster Internet Speed

Bypass your Internet provider’s throttle.

 

How To Get Faster Internet Speed

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How To Get Faster Internet Speed

You know how your Internet provider offers faster speeds at different prices?

Did you ever wonder how they can change your speed while you’re on the phone with them?

Your Internet provider throttles your bandwidth speed based on your pricing plan. Pay them more and they open the “throttle“.

Would you like to get really fast Internet speed and bypass your provider’s throttle?

Don’t worry this is ALL LEGAL and no hardware is required.

This is an AVERAGE SPEED of a TraceFree user. (speeds range from 300 Mbps to 900 Mbps depending on your location)

 

How To Get Fast Internet Speed

TraceFree Gives You A VERY Fast Internet Speed

When you use TraceFree you are surfing on the same Internet “pipe” corporations use. Chances are your Internet provider uses this same pipe and then throttles the speed down to you.

ALL YOU NEED:

If you have a Windows OS device (PC or laptop) and get an Internet speed of at least 2 Mbps (99% of the country), you can get access to this fast Internet speed.

The browser should not keep any record of what site you visited.

Want Fast Speed On WiFi Hotspots too?

TraceFree is GREAT to use on any public WiFi hotspot too.

Coffee shops, hotels, restaurants or any public WiFi hotspot give you just enough speed to get by. They throttle you too. TraceFree gives you completely secure, private and FAST browsing on ANY public WiFi hot spot. 

 

Private Browser Free Trial

TraceFree is simple to install and easy to use.

Within minutes you will be getting a faster Internet speed.

We don’t say it, we prove it. Try out TraceFree for 7 Days for free. No credit is required. You will be able to prove to yourself that your speed is faster.

Try comparing the Speed Test with your current Internet speed and then try TraceFree. You won’t want to go back your slow speed ever again.

Start your 7 Day Free Trial today.

 

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