AirVPN Review

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AirVPN enjoys a high standing in the VPN community as a privacy-focused service. Their no-logging policy, their open source apps and refusal to use PPTP and L2TP/IPsec are just some of the ways that they are committed to protecting your privacy. Their server network is small and their user interface is a little difficult to navigate.

The AirVPN desktop client resembles something that was created in the Windows 98 era and is certainly geared towards tech-savvy users who are comfortable changing a variety of options and settings available in the menus. It’s a bit intimidating for the average user who has no knowledge of technology, but if you’ve got the time and the willingness to learn, it’s among our most popular VPNs.

AirVPN provides a free three-day trial that’s better than most. Then you can pick the plan that’s best suited to your needs. Plans are available from three months to six months or two years. You can also opt for an annual subscription. You can pay for your subscription in several ways such as PayPal credit card, debit card, or even Bitcoin.

AirVPN has only 200 servers spread across 23 countries. It is very secure and provides excellent DNS leak protection. Its no-logging policy can be a good option for those concerned about their privacy. They are able to do this by allowing cryptocurrency as a payment option, and permitting temporary email addresses.

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