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- Fast performance
- IP address cycling
- Live Chat
- OpenVPN customizability
- Good device support
- 10 simultaneous connections
- Somewhat confusing interface
- Potential logging concerns
IPVanish offers pretty much everything you’ll need in a VPN including fast performance, excellent customer support, and good prices. With that said, if you’re new to VPNs, the user interface isn’t intuitive. So you might not utilize all the features IPVanish offers.
- Free 10GB plan
- Plenty of features and customization options
- Unlimited simultaneous connections
- P2P servers
- Malware and phishing protection
- Average performance
- No live chat or direct email support
- Located in Canada (part of the Five Eyes surveillance program)
Windscribe offers one of the best free VPNs on the market. And while it might not be the fastest, it offers a slew of useful and customizable features for people who take their privacy seriously.
- 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.
- Multi-hop feature
- Powerful customization options
- Live chat
- Bitcoin support
- Inconsistent upload speeds
- Doesn’t unblock Netflix, BBC iPlayer
IVPN is a great option for people who want more control of their VPN settings and want to protect their privacy. It’s not for people who want to get around geo-restrictions so if you want to stream US Netflix outside the US, look elsewhere.
- Intuitive and easy-to-use interface
- Free browser-based service
- P2P support
- No 24/7 support
- Mediocre performance
- Not a lot of features
Unless you’re looking for an ultra-simple option, ZenMate simply doesn’t compete with other services in terms of value.