Old reviews of this VPN vendor suggest that their website used to leave a lot to be desired, but I have found their latest website update to be both professional and comprehensive. Despite a nice new clean-looking website and some hearty boasts about them being the “World’s best VPN," this is clearly a case of you get what you pay for. The free version is so restricted as to be worthless, and even the paid version is lackluster when compared with stronger competitors.
Now let’s talk about the pricing. While the dollar amounts are impressively low, these are for only one platform at a time. Their response to one particular FAQ was, "We maintain a very competitive price for single compu... read more
With low- to mid-level pricing, this VPN (unfortunately) does not even provide middling service or performance. Users have complained that IP masking is hit-or-miss and that they often receive targeted local ads in emails and social media even when abroad for months. We didn’t run into this issue but did run into an issue with the kill switch not kicking in immediately when service was lost.
We like to look for VPNs that can work across most or all of our devices, and vpn.fish fails here too because it only works on iOS devices; so no Android, no Windows, and no PC or laptop support at all. This service is no good for you unless you only own an iPhone and/or iPad.
While true that... read more
Yes, this VPN is a byproduct of the Pornhub adult entertainment website. However, don’t be misled by its parent company, since VPNhub still manages to provide a secure VPN service that is as family friendly as any other provider. That being said, if you dont want to trust a porn company with your private data check out our review of NordVPN.
The most alluring feature that VPNhub offers is its unlimited bandwidth with the free plan, and there aren’t many VPN services out there that offer this feature. Unfortunately, there is a catch, because the free plan can only be used on iOS and Android, a... read more
This VPN vendor's website looks professional and trustworthy, although their overall tone is a 1984-like Orwellian, “The world is out to GET YOU!!!” Their cute cartoon detective logo (complete with trenchcoat and magnifying glass) is a less-than-subtle nod at the world of espionage. Visitors are also greeted by a video on the landing page that is an over-the-top sales pitch about the perils of surfing online. It is apt and fair to warn users that VPNs are needed for certain transactions and surfing, but the tone comes across as something that a conspiracy theorist thought up. I personally prefer educational marketing that enlightens about features rather than simply scaring users into buying... read moreSee plans and pricing www.whoer.net
With both a free and a paid service available, X-VPN is a great VPN for those who want to unblock streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu. If you opt for the premium subscription, you’ll gain access to over 5,000 servers in over 90 locations across the globe, as well as servers tailored exclusively for streaming.
Unfortunately, this is not the cheapest VPN out there. However, if you choose to subscribe for a year, you can save half of what you would pay if you were paying monthly. They have a 7-day money back guarantee, which isn’t bad, but if you’re looking for a 30-day money back guarantee you should check out our read more
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