Pricing / Payment Options
To be granted access to your own VPN Access Point we can provide you with different payment plans that meet your budget and convenience:
|Monthly Plan: CHF 11.95||This plan is ideal for those on a small budget or want to use our services on a monthly basis.|
|Quarterly Plan: CHF 29.95||The more convenient plan, as you’ll be payment-hassle-free for 3 months at a time, also you benefit from a 15% price reduction.|
|Yearly Plan: CHF 99.95||The most sophisticated and convenient plan which also includes the biggest savings of 30% compared to the other plans.|
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. What kind of information do you need from me to register a VPN access?
We require nothing besides an eMail address as a way to communicate with you (order conformation, password reset, etc.).
2. What kind of data do you store, surely you have some kind of logging enabled?
We explicitly have logging on all our VPN Terminals turned off. It’s none of our business to know who is using our system.
3. What kind of metrics do you monitor?
We monitor performance and health metrics of our servers and network infrastructure, but never down to a personal/account based level.
4. What kind of payment options do your provide?
We provide monthly, quarterly and yearly payment options, please have a look at the Payment Options Tab for more details.
5. What happens when my payment plan expires, will I be billed again automatically?
We do not bill you again automatically in order to extend your VPN Access service. you will be notified ahead of time about your service expiring.
6. How can I contact you in case I should have additional questions?
Please feel free to contact us via the contact section on our website.
7. What are your Anonymous Payment Options?
For customers wanting to use their VPN Access Point as soon as possible, we recommend using PayPal or a Credit-Card. Individuals concerned about absolute anonymity have the option to wire the appropriate amount (in Swiss Francs, CHF) to our account directly.
8. What are your Banking Connection Details?
Account Owner: Serpico Investment GmbH
IBAN: CH34 0483 5165 0444 0100 0
Bank: Credit Suisse AG, Paradeplatz 8, CH-8001 Zürich, Switzerland
Payment Note: An email address so we can send you your access details.
A virtual private network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network, such as the Internet. It enables a computer or network-enabled device to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if it were directly connected to the private network, while benefiting from the functionality, security and management policies of the private network. A VPN is created by establishing a virtual point-to-point connection through the use of dedicated connections to our servers, virtual tunneling protocols, and traffic encryptions. for an outsider, it is impossible to see what kind of data is being sent through the virtual tunnel, keeping your communication and person secure and private.
VPNs can securely connect geographically separated offices of an organization, creating one cohesive network. VPN technology is mostly used by individual Internet users to secure their wireless transactions, to circumvent geo restrictions and censorship, and to connect to proxy servers for the purpose of protecting personal identity and location, which is exactly what we provide with our VPN Access Service.
What protocol should be used to connect to our VPN Infrastructure?
We’re compatible with the Point-to-point tunneling protocol (PPTP), which is supported by all major operating systems.
Alternatively, OpenVPN, SSTP or L2TP could be enabled in the future, depending on popularity and demand (due to firewall restrictions, etc.).
How is the data that passes through the VPN tunnel encrypted?
PPTP: 128-bit MPPE encryption, authentication protocol MS-CHAPv2.
Using a Cable/DSL router or firewall to connect to the VPN Access Service:
PPTP: if your router/firewall supports PPTP pass-through, you should have no troubles connecting. Many routers/firewalls handle PPTP connections fine even though they do not explicitly advertise PPTP pass-through capability. Your firewall rules must be set up to allow outbound connections on TCP port 1723 and IP protocol 47 (GRE).