BartVPN is a Polish VPN service provider under the RedSky LLC banner that promises to protect your online anonymity. They offer support for OpenVPN protocol and 128 or 256-bit encryption for all their plans. With a total of 11 servers spread across 9 countries, they have a comparatively small network.
They have two individual plans – monthly and yearly. Both support two devices on one license. The 1-year business subscription offers 10 devices on one license. If you want to cover all the devices in your household, you can opt for the business plan.
There’s a 7-day free trial on all plans. There’s also a 7-day refund policy, but it’s applicable only if you haven’t... read more
Did you know that the BetterNet VPN has more than 38 million worldwide users?
Well, despite such fantastic growth, the free VPN service still receives a lot of criticism. Largely because of a study performed by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) study which discovered that it pushes ads to its users.
In this detailed review, we highly recommend that you try the premium or paid packages. Why? First, it was not criticized by the CSIRO study plus it does not rely on advertising for funds. Therefore, not all complaints or remarks made about the free BetterNet VPN service apply to the paid servic... read more
Cienen VPN offers high speeds and up to 7 simultaneous connections on one license. For the Dedicated plan, they provide 10 multiple connections, which is an impressive number. This is much better than the usual 2-5 simultaneous connections permitted by most other VPNs.
Cienen encrypts your data and hides your IP, making your connection anonymous. With zero tracebacks, monitoring, or logging, this VPN is perfect for those who want safe and private browsing. Bypass geo-restrictions and even access VOIP apps like Skype without ISP blocking.
Cienen VPN has unlimited bandwidth and blazing fast speeds. They support PPTP and L2TP protocols on their Shared IP plan. If you... read more
Based in Denmark, but operating out of sunny Bahamas, CitizenVPN delivers on its promises of zero logs and full privacy.
You have a choice between unlimited and capped bandwidth plans. Supported protocols include OpenVPN (on ports 1194, 80, 443) and PPTP, so whether it’s security or speed you’re looking for, you’re covered. Still, always go for OpenVPN first, as PPTP can hardly be considered safe.
CitizenVPN claims to be as good at unblocking as it is at security. It says that regional Netflix catalogs — and a variety of other services — are within reach. We were surprised by this VPN’s overt confidence, so we put it to the test. The result: US Netflix was indeed ac... read more
If you take your online anonymity seriously, CryptoStorm can be a good choice for you. They don’t keep any logs, and their services are very secure. You can verify this by the presence of a warrant canary on their website.
The warrant canary is signed March 1, 2018, which means they haven’t yet received any warrants from the government for the details of their users. While the presence of a warrant canary isn’t a 100% guarantee of anonymity, it does add a sense of trust in the VPN provider.
CryptoStorm has a unique payment method that involves tokens. You can purchase tokens and use them to connect to the VPN. And if you want a recurring subscription, you can get se... read more
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