Private Internet Access launch Spain VPN server

PIA Spain VPN Server

Private Internet Access started 2018 with a bang by launching a brand new VPN server location in Spain.

One of the leading VPN services, Private Internet Access is known for their cheap prices and quality service boasting more than 1 million customers worldwide.

Although the service is popular, one area that has been lacking is server locations around the world. While the main VPN countries are covered some of the most requested have been lacking.

Private Internet Access has set to rectify this in 2018 with the launch of the new Spanish VPN server location.

Private Internet Access VPN expands

As well as launching a new Spanish VPN location, Private Internet Access recently launched two other completely new VPN countries namely Austria and Belgium.

This takes the total number of countries covered to 28 with more than 3034 servers across these regions.

The Spanish expansion boosts European countries covered to 16 allowing users good access across the continent with the ability to protect their privacy no matter where they’re located.

Alongside the European VPN servers, servers are located in the United States, Canada, Turkey, South Korea, Singapore, Japan, Israel, Mexico, Brazil and India.

Why a Spain VPN is necessary

Privacy is actually one aspect that Spain does surprisingly well. As part of the EU and with local laws, Spain has one of the strongest privacy protections in Europe.

However, that does not mean that a VPN is not essential for use. While laws may be in place there are Governments who are prepared to circumvent such laws and companies who operate outside of Spain that do not care to adhere to local legislation.

For this reason it’s important for Spanish users to take action to protect their privacy by using a VPN service such as the one offered by Private Internet Access.

Further uses

The Spanish VPN server also lets users in neighbouring countries such as Portugal and France to tunnel in and bypass local restrictions while reaping the benefits of Spanish privacy laws.

Freedom of Speech and censorship on the other hand is a big issue in Spain. With terrorist worries from groups such as ETA and Spain’s disliking of recent events in the Catalonia region, censorship can be found throughout the online world in Spain.

A VPN allows you to protect your privacy in Spain and therefore bypass any local censorship.

File sharing and P2P has had something of a unique time in Spain with it being ruled legal as long as you’re not making a profit from it. That said, various websites are still blocked in the country including the notorious The Pirate Bay.

If you want to access websites without restriction in Spain then a VPN is definitely the way to go.

About Private Internet Access

Private Internet Access otherwise known as PIA is one of the largest VPN providers in existence. With an estimated 1 – 2 million customers the service has grown since 2012 into one of the worlds leading privacy service.

The service offers servers in 28 countries across the globe with more than 3034 individual servers powering the service.

Apps are available for Android and iOS and software for Windows and Mac.

There are no traffics logs of your usage stored allowing you to browse the internet privately without fear that your actions are being recorded.

Private Internet Access offers a 7-day money back guarantee if you’re unhappy with the service and they accept payment from all major payment services including crypto-currencies and gift cards.

If you’re interested in taking a look at the new Spain VPN server or the Private Internet Access service as a whole just click the orange button below.

Christopher Seward

Author: Christopher Seward

After 25 years of using the internet, Christopher launched one of the very first VPN comparison websites in 2013. An expert in the field his reviews, testing and knowledge have helped thousands of users get the correct VPN for their needs.

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