Lately, TeamViewer has been blocking remote connections because of “suspected commercial use”. Don’t upgrade to their expensive commercial plans. Instead, join the thousands of others who have already switched to Splashtop and saved!
Update – 9/6/2018: We’ve heard from many former TeamViewer users that are switching to Splashtop tell us that their TeamViewer stops working after 5 minutes. This is TeamViewer’s crackdown on free users who they suspect of commercial use. Don’t upgrade to TeamViewer’s expensive commercial plan, switch to Splashtop and save!
We’ve heard it a lot the last couple weeks. A TeamViewer Free user has their remote session timed out after a mere few minutes and a popup shown to them stating that they were suspected of using TeamViewer for commercial use. And even if personal use sessions are successful, they are automatically disconnected after an arbitrary time limit. This has been extremely annoying, and counterproductive for many users.
It isn’t a coincidence that this has happened hundreds of users the past few weeks. By limiting connection times and banning users from reconnecting immediately, TeamViewer is hoping that users will upgrade their licenses to TeamViewer’s expensive commercial plans.
This latest crackdown by TeamViewer has been making it hard for their users to get work done. But don’t think that this means you have to upgrade your license! Instead, you can join the hundreds of other former TeamViewer users who have already switched to Splashtop just this week alone! With Splashtop, you’ll get faster connections, the top features needed in a remote access tool, and save a ton of money when compared to TeamViewer.
Splashtop has several remote access and remote support tools for any use case. All of them are priced at a fraction of the cost that TeamViewer is priced at. Here are the Best Splashtop alternatives to TeamViewer:
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