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- Flexible payment options
- xCloak obfuscation technology
- Kill switch
- Unlimited bandwidth
- Might turn on logging in case of unusual activity
- Confusing UI
BolehVPN receives solid marks in terms of performance and features, but its limited servers and some privacy concerns might scare off people who are concerned about anonymity.
- Generous free plan
- Unlimited simultaneous connections
- 24/7 phone support
- Mediocre performance outside the US, UK, and Germany
- Few features
- No anonymous payment option
Avira Phantom VPN offers an okay experience and is good for people on a budget but drops the ball on features and speed. It’s a good option for people who want occasional protection when traveling or using public Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, it might fall short of expectations for more experienced VPN users.
- No DNS or IP leaks
- Great customer support
- Torrenting support
- Four protocol options
- Located in the US (Five Eyes)
- No ability to select specific servers
- Logs personally identifiable information
For the price, there are better values out there which don’t suffer from inconsistent speeds or possibly leave your data open to government subpoenas and inspection.
- Low subscription prices
- Strict zero-logging policy
- Easy to use
- Unlimited simultaneous connections (on different servers)
- DNS Leaks
- Slow performance
- Limited server locations
- Located in the US
- No killswitch
The budget prices might tempt you, but its slow servers, DNS leaks, and lack of important features make RA4W a poor VPN option for all but the most basic usage.