PrivateVPN is a great all-rounder with excellent privacy and high speeds. It also unblocks streaming sites like Netflix and is suitable for torrenting. As a smaller provider, it may see issues as it expands, but for now, there appears to be little it can’t deliver on
Total VPN offers some of the fastest speeds we’ve tested at a rock-bottom price. For novice users who want a very affordable VPN option, we highly recommend it. Advanced users will find it a bit too dumbed down, lacking sufficient configurations and privacy protections.
UK based Overplay, one of the newer VPNs on the market, we find out if it is any good. Pricing is competitive however Overplay don’t have servers in some of the far flung destinations other VPNs cover meaning they won’t be right for everyone.
With servers in 121 countries and fast speeds this could be a great VPN, however some inconsistent connections stopped us awarding this service higher marks. PureVPN don’t record any traffic logs making them worth considering for those truly concerned about protecting their privacy.
HideMyAss VPN has a huge range of servers covering over 120 countries which, coupled with a 30 day money back guarantee, make it one of the most popular VPN services, however their logging policy will not sit comfortably with everyone.
With impressive speeds, a good range of servers and a 30 day free trial we couldn’t find much to dislike with VyprVPN. Some hardcore users may question the need to retain session data for 30 days which VyprVPN claim is for purposes such as billing and troubleshooting.