ProtonVPN has eight servers in Mexico.

Browse the Internet securely with a Mexican IP address

We are happy to announce the installation of new VPN servers in Mexico. Mexico was the most popular country in our latest Proton VPN servers poll(new window).

The expansion into Mexico is part of our recent drive to add more servers(new window) to help our users deal with COVID-19 lockdowns. Mexico is the 48th country to join the Proton VPN network, and our VPN servers there will reduce latency for our users in the Americas. 

The eight new servers in Tuxtla Guiérrez, Chiapas, are available to users who have one of our paid plans(new window). Each new server we install increases our capacity for new users and improves service for our current users.

MX#1-3 are available on our Basic plan.
MX#4-8 are available on our Plus and Visionary plans.

The benefits of servers in Mexico

Not only was Mexico in high demand from the Proton community, we are happy to add Mexican VPN servers because of the country’s position on Internet access. Even though it can be difficult for many Mexicans to connect in rural areas, Mexico was one of the first countries in the world to declare Internet access is a human right(new window).

Now that these new servers have come online, Mexicans can protect their online browsing from online trackers with an extra layer of encryption. Connecting with a Mexican IP address also gives you access to more streaming content and better speeds for those who live there.

Proton VPN Plus or Visionary users can activate our Secure Core(new window) feature. Secure Core allows you to add another layer of security because it routes your Internet traffic through a hardened server before sending it on to an exit server in your desired country. These hardened servers are controlled and owned by Proton VPN, making it less likely that an attacker could access them. By routing your traffic through two servers, Proton VPN offers you protection from even advanced network attacks.

More about Proton VPN and how to sign up

Proton VPN is a secure, community-supported VPN service. It was developed by the same team that created Proton Mail, the world’s largest encrypted email provider. We offer the only free VPN service that does not have data caps, bandwidth limits, privacy-invading ads, or log user activity. Joining is easy; click the signup button below. Or if you already have an account and want to upgrade to access premium features, like Secure Core, click upgrade.

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Proton VPN works on various desktop and mobile devices: Android(new window), Windows, macOS, Linux(new window), and iOS.

Our mission is to make online security and privacy accessible to all. Thank you for your support. Keep an eye out for new developments on our social media pages below.

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The Proton VPN team

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