1. Go to 'Settings' on your device
The 'Settings' icon looks like a small cog. Look for it on your home screen. Once you are in the 'Settings' section, tap on the '... More' option.
2. Select the 'VPN' option
Tap the 'VPN' option.
3. Create a new VPN connection
Tap the '+' symbol in the top right hand corner of the screen.
4. Enter Vest connection details
In the 'Name' box, type: VestVPN. In the 'Type' box, select 'L2TP/IPSec PSK'. In the 'Server address' box type one of the three server options listed below, depending on the security level you require:
For anonymous browsing and website unlocking. Includes encryption and anonymous IP address.
For anonymous browsing, internet banking and WiFi hotspot surfing. Includes encryption, anonymous IP address, ad filtering and third party tracking blocker.
For anonymous browsing and families. Includes encryption, anonymous IP address, ad filtering, third party tracking blocker and cyber nanny to block adult content.
Leave all other boxes empty, except in the 'IPSec pre-shared key' box type: vestvpn. Finally tap the 'Save' option.
To connect to the secure Vest network, simply tap on the name of the connection we just created.
6. Enter your username and password
When prompted, enter your unique user ID (it will have been sent to you in an email and it is made up of a mixture of random letters and numbers). Finally, type the password you specified when you signed up for your Vest Pass. You'll then be connected to Vest - you'll know this because you will see a small 'key' icon in the top bar of your device (some devices show different icons, but you should have a visual indicator in the top bar to tell you that you are securely connected).
7. Reconnecting to Vest
When you switch networks or turn your device off and on, reconnect to Vest by tapping 'Settings' then tap '...More' then tap 'VPN' then finally tap the entry labelled 'Vest'.