02 Oct AirVPN Review
AirVPN has earned a reputable reputation in the VPN community as a privacy focused service. AirVPN is committed to privacy through its no-logging policy and the availability of open source apps. They also refuse to utilize PPTP or L2TP/IPsec. Their server network is tiny and their user interface is a little awkward.
The AirVPN desktop client appears to be something from the Windows 98 era and is most definitely geared towards tech-savvy users who are comfortable with changing a whole host of options and settings that are accessible in the menus. It’s not for those who don’t have any technical knowledge but if they’re determined to learn and willing to spend the time to master it this is one of our top choices.
AirVPN’s trial period of three days is more generous than others. Then, you can select the plan that’s best suited to your needs. Plans vary from three months to six months or two years. You can even get an annual subscription. You can pay your subscription in several ways that include PayPal, credit card or even Bitcoin.
AirVPN has only 200 servers spread across 23 countries. It does provide excellent DNS leak protection and is extremely secure. The no-logging policy they have is perfect for those who are concerned about their privacy and they prioritize this by allowing users to use a temporary email address and also offering cryptocurrency as payment options.