Welcome to BestVPN.com, the ultimate VPN review site. We’ve carefully reviewed over 50 VPN providers, and also written quite a few guides about best VPNs within a certain category. Take a look at these below.
If you’d like to know more about what a VPN actually is, just scroll down and read a short introduction about them.
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Below are the best vpn providers we recommend, listed by their minimum price. Prices are shown monthly.
ExpressVPN$8.32 / month
VyprVPN$6.67 / month
Private Net Access$6.95 / month
NordVPN$5.33 / month
VPN.ac$9 / month
IronSocket$6.99 / month
CyberGhost$4.49 / month
HideMyAss$6.55 / month
IPVanish$10 / month
CactusVPN$3.25 / month
LiquidVPN$4.99 / month
ibVPN$4.95 / month
A short guide about VPNs
If you’ve never heard of VPNs, this short paragraph is for you! While the Wikipedia article on VPNs does a good job of explaining, it’s a bit long so we thought we’d try as well.
A VPN is a server somewhere that you connect to, and route your internet usage through it. This either hides your identity, or makes it appear as though you are in the country where the server is.
About a decade ago VPNs were servers inside companies that employess could connect to so they could work from home, but more and more they are being used as a good way to hide your identity online, which has become especially important in the last few months since the NSA snooping revelations. Before, it was only people in China who were trying to get round their “great firewall”, now it’s US citizens as well.
While a VPN costs money, it only costs at most $10-$15 per month, but more like $5, which is a small price to pay for what they offer. It’s important to check what each service offers, and what their policies are on privacy, as some services will log when and where you logged on from. Best VPN tries to help you choose the right service.
We’ve reviewed, in detail, over 50 VPN providers, so we’ve got a fairly good idea of which companies offer what. Just above this guide there are articles about best VPNs for a certain category, which makes it easier for you to choose.
Good luck in find the best vpn, and please message us or comment in the articles if you have any questions!
Pete Zaborszky, BestVPN.com owner