NordVPN Enters Brazil

NordVPN has expanded its payment options to include Boleto Bancário. This marks a strategic decision to strengthen market presence in Brazil.

VPN stands for “virtual private network” – a service that encrypts a user’s internet traffic and redirects it through a remote VPN server. It also replaces their IP address, keeping their location private. VPNs are used worldwide both for security and entertainment reasons. In a study of VPN usage around the world, GlobalWebIndex found that 25% of internet users had used a VPN in the past month, and that 42% of these used a VPN daily.

NordVPN is a trusted online privacy and security solution, used by over 8 million internet users worldwide. It offers military-grade encryption with advanced privacy solutions and is recognized by the most influential tech sites and IT security specialists. NordVPN holds a  significant market share in the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, and many other European states.

Boleto Bancário, usually referred to as Boleto, is a popular cash-based payment method used in Brazil, with 15% market share. It is also the only payment method available to the 35% of shoppers who do not have a bank account. Boleto is regulated by Brazilian Federation of Banks.

At the moment, NordVPN’s payment options include all major credit card providers (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover), crypto currencies (Ripple, Ethereum, and BitCoin), and many regionally localized payment solutions (AliPay, Yandex, iDeal, Sofort, UnionPay, Boleto, and others).

To find out more about NordVPN, please visit nordvpn.com.

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