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West Ham teams up with Ivacy VPN

English Premier League football club West Ham United has entered into a partnership with VPN service provider Ivacy VPN.

The deal names Ivacy VPN as the official VPN partner of West Ham. The length of the agreement, which will focus on the importance of online safety and security, was not disclosed.

West Ham said the deal will educate the club’s fans on the potential threats of unsecured networks when they are online and emphasise the need for encrypting internet connections for online safety.

As part of the agreement, Ivacy VPN will offer fans 25 per cent off all VPN plans with a no-strings-attached 30-day money back guarantee.

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