AirVPN Review

If you’re trying to find a feature-packed VPN with a lot of advanced options, AirVPN may well be the service provider for you. Their client (affectionately known as Eddie) facilitates a diverse selection of operating systems which include Windows, macOS, Linux and Android. The service as well works with routers running DD-WRT, Tomato, AsusWRT and pfSense.

Founded in 2010 to be a passion task for hacktivists dedicated to internet privacy and fighting censorship, AirVPN has got kept its focus since then. Its free apps still nod to people roots as well as the service gives a decent web server network of 249 places throughout 23 countries.

Its online privacy policy is clear and uncomplicated: it does not collect end user logs at any time, nor does it respond to law enforcement needs from beyond the EU. If you want more information, an in depth FAQ page covers every one of the major details.

The app themselves is very easy to use, but newcomers will likely be overwhelmed by the sheer number of configurations and options available in its Tastes menu. They behind the client is usually keen to please electricity users and there’s a “Advanced” section that lets you fine-tune your options to match your specific needs.

The company accepts the majority of major credit cards, PayPal and a slew of different payment strategies including cryptocurrencies. Plans from a reasonable $7. 76 a month but are less expensive on a longer-term basis with the two time option providing terrific value at only $3. sixty-five a month.

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