Is your phone a data hog? If so, we have some good news. The makers of PRIVATE WiFi have a new product on the market to help users improve their Internet experience. With the launch of DataCompress, Android users can cut their mobile data use by up to 50%*. Get more value from your plan by getting the right-sized content, fast.
Browse the web freely. Share more pictures. DataCompress gives you more with less. The app quickly shrinks pictures and text. It happens in fractions of a second. Instead of wasting time and data downloading a picture that’s unnecessarily big, you get only what you need: a picture that’s the perfect size for your phone.
- Save Money: Overage fees are the worst and DataCompress can help you avoid them.
- Avoid Speed Caps: DataCompress helps you stay under the throttle cap and in the fast lane longer each month.
- Surf Faster: DataCompress optimizes content for your mobile device. You get faster load times with less waiting.
Since DataCompress is created by a privacy company, the app will never store, analyze, monetize, or share information about you or your browsing habits with anyone. Did you know “free” compression apps sell your info and online behavior to advertisers and other companies? It’s all there in the fine print when you sign up.
Commenting on the launch, Kent Lawson, CEO of PRIVATE WIFi, said, “As smartphone adoption continues to explode, in addition to our flagship consumer VPN product PRIVATE WiFi, we are very pleased to bring our data compression application, DataCompress to the growing numbers of Android mobile consumers. We believe this app provides another invaluable utility to our rapidly growing consumer base.”
“We have always stood for empowering consumers when it comes to protecting themselves online. With today’s announcement, we are excited to extend this protection to include controlling costly data fees,” continued Lawson.
* Your savings will vary based on the sites you visit. Different websites compress at different rates. Some saw reductions of up to 70%, while some saw less.