Sabai Technology Celebrates Independence with Big Savings on VPN Routers

July 4, 2013

Sabai Technology, provider of VPN routing firmware Sabai OS, celebrates the July 4th holiday with savings on some of their most popular VPN router models.

Simpsonville, SC (PRWEB) July 04, 2013

As America celebrates it's independence with fireworks and parades, Sabai Technology celebrates the internet freedom of VPN! The American company will be closed on July 4th, but their web store will offer some of their top router models at steep discounts, for the ultimate in online independence.

VPN users experience online independence by providing freedom from geo-location tracking, government oversight, hacker attacks, and more by protecting and anonymizing the users online activities. It's the cutting edge of web independence and a VPN Router extends that advantage even further!

Sabai VPN Routers provide freedom from device client restrictions.

Sabai VPN Routers allow use of OpenVPN on devices that lack a VPN client. Because the VPN router acts as the client in place of the individual device, traffic is automatically connected through the VPN tunnel. Great examples of such devices are Xbox, Apple TV, Roku, Smart TVs, and smartphones.

Saba VPN routers offer freedom from device traffic packet sniffing.

Running Open VPN on a single device offers a fair amount of protection, but encapsulating the entire network in the tunnel is even better! Up your protection and privacy one more notch by sending all network traffic out over VPN.

Customers who are ready to increase their independence with a VPN Router should visit SabaiTechnology.com to take advantage of great sale prices on the Asus RT-N66U featuring Sabai OS, the NETGEAR WNR3500L featuring Sabai OS, and Sabai Freedom – which allows free upgrades and technical support for a year. For savings of up to $30, visit the Sabai Technology store before the weekend ends!

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