Block access to any adult, inappropriate, unsuitable or potentially harmful content when your kids are online.
Malware, spyware, phishing attacks, viruses and other malicious software are a thing of the past.
We’ve taken your security a step further, making sure that Secure Net also checks the safety of apps you download.
Whether it’s your home connection or device, with Secure Net, you won’t have to face malicious surprises.
“We thought we were being careful until we got scammed.”
“All it took was one video online & Zack was too scared to sleep on his own.”
“A system without protection is like a house with an open door. ”
Add Secure Net to your existing internet connection or your pay monthly mobile plan
for just €0.99 per month and as an added bonus, the first 3 months are on us.
If you’re already subscribed to Secure Net, then you’ve been protecting yourself and loved ones from a range of online threats, however, once the offer expires, your online security will be compromised. To continue benefitting from Secure Net, all you need to do is fill in this form with your details.
Here, you’ll be requested to provide your DNS number, in other words, your landline starting with the digits 21 and/or your mobile number, depending on whether the service is subscribed on one, the other or even both. If on the form you have selected to continue protecting yourself with Secure Net, then the service will be reactivated once the offer expires.
Yes, you will be able to change the Parental Control settings of your GO Secure Net service through the GO app.
Yes, your devices will be protected as long as they are connected to the modem on which GO Secure Net was purchased. However, should your GO Smart Hub go into backup mode in the unlikely event of a fault or fixed service interruption, your devices will not be protected. Protection will resume once the fault is resolved or the fixed service is back online.
Any device will be protected as long as it is connected to the Home Internet service on which GO Secure Net was purchased. Should you connect to any other network (such as public Wi-Fi, other hotspots or home networks without GO Secure Net enabled), your device will not be protected.
Yes, GO Smart Wi-Fi pods are directly connected to your Home Internet service, and your devices will be protected on GO Secure Net.
GO Secure Net is there to help keep your network secure, and blocking pages are there to inform you of any security threats. However, should you wish to temporarily pause your service, you can do so through the GO app.
If you visit a potentially harmful website while being connected to an internet connection, be it your home internet or mobile data, which is protected by GO Secure Net, a screen will appear informing you that this page has been blocked by GO Secure Net. The screen will also provide you with the reason why this is so.
If you still wish to visit this page, you can temporarily pause GO Secure Net from the GO app.
If Secure Net is not showing up on your GO app, then you might need to update the app. Another reason why this may be so is because you are not eligible for this add-on.