Avast adds 12 new locations/servers into the VPN product Avast SecureLine VPN. This great product is encrypting your Internet connection, so you are completely anonymous and no one can ‘see‘ what you are doing online. It is especially recommended to use the VPN when connecting to public Wi-Fi hotspots like on the airport or in the coffee shops.

New servers are available for all operating systems – Windows, Android, iOS and OS X. Full list of locations now includes 18 countries and 25 locations in total.

  • United States – NEW Chicago, NEW Dallas, Miami, New York, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle
  • NEW Canada – Montreal, Toronto
  • NEW Mexico – Mexico City
  • United Kingdom – London
  • Netherlands – Amsterdam
  • Germany – Frankfurt
  • France – Paris
  • NEW Spain – Madrid
  • NEW Italy – Milan
  • Czech Republic – Prague
  • NEW Poland – Warsaw
  • NEW Russia – Saint Petersburg
  • NEW Turkey – Istanbul
  • NEW Australia – Melbourne
  • South Korea – Seoul
  • Singapore – Singapore
  • NEW Japan – Tokyo
  • NEW China – Hong Kong

If you have SecureLine VPN already installed on your device, you need to update it to get all these new locations. You can see the full list also on the screenshot from the Windows version below.

Avast SecureLine VPN for Windows – Full List of Available Locations/Servers

Avast SecureLine VPN for Windows – Full List of Available Locations/Servers

Avast SecureLine VPN Free Download

In case you are not using SecureLine VPN already, you can download the free trial version for Windows, Mac, Android or iPhone/iPad on the links below:

Click and Scroll Down for a Free 7-Day Trial

From Google Play Store

From Avast Server

From App Store

Written by Paul B. | Team GetAvast.net

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  1. Nick Clark Reply

    Why can I not connect to the London server today? It is not the first time how about an alternative UK server for when the London one is down

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