A little over two years ago we started Tunlr as a fun project. It was a steep but interesting learning curve and we've developed many ideas, skills and code snippets which we will be of use in future projects.
However, while preparing the paid plans we recognized that we had no desire to run Tunlr as a paid service. Running Tunlr as a good-quality and reliable, paid service requires more time than we're willing to devote to the cause. We didn't want Tunlr to become one of the many mediocre DNS unblocking services available on the market today. That's why we pulled the plug. None of your account data will be shared, all account data has been destroyed.If you're tech-savvy, you can create your own version of Tunlr. Here are some great starting points: