The Best VPNs for USA - 2020

The Best VPNs for USA - 2020

Ranked 331st out of 376 VPNs
Rating for USA 5.4
Katie Kasunic, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

My Secure VPN is a simple service that exclusively offers manual configuration, meaning it is provided through open-source OpenVPN applications. While this is not the norm, the manual installation is not nearly as complicated as you may think. It offers 150+ servers and 300+ IP addresses in 5 different countries. Dedicated IP addresses are offered as well. Let’s get into this service and find out how it performs across different categories. Streaming – Does My Secure VPN Work with Net

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Ranked 333rd out of 376 VPNs
Rating for USA 5.4
Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

SecureVPN claims to provide a VPN service that helps you surf the web anonymously, unblock websites and VoIP services, and secure any Wi-Fi hotspot. However,  we cannot guarantee that this VPN is legitimate. The look and feel of this VPN are strange. We are also curious as to why their Android app in the Google Play Store directs to Signal Lab as the developer. Signal Lab is also the developer of the ThunderVPN free app. If you click on the SecureVPN website, it actually takes you to the

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Ranked 334th out of 376 VPNs
Rating for USA 3
Ariel Hochstadt, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Hola is one of the better-known names associated with VPNs. A product of the Israel-based Hola Networks Ltd., this service has amassed over 180 million users since its launch in 2012. It markets itself as the first peer-to-peer VPN on the market, but we don't think it's a good thing. Rather than offering a paid service that's subsidized by premium users, Hola compromises the safety of its users with several insecure practices. For starters, Hola makes users share their bandwidth with one

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Ranked 372nd out of 376 VPNs
Rating for USA 5.4
Kristin Hassel, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

RitaVPN offers daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly plans. There's also an option for a free plan, as well as a free trial. But is it worth it? Not really, this Hong Kong-based VPN doesn't quite cut it when it comes to server availability. While it may be budget-friendly, you can get better server coverage and security with an affordable premium VPN. RitaVPN has 20+ servers, in over 20 locations across 15 countries. That's a small server network but it ultimately comes down to power, and

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Ranked 373rd out of 376 VPNs
Rating for USA 5.4
Kristin Hassel, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

SiteLock VPN has basic security features and high-speeds, but is it worth the price? In short, no. SiteLock VPN is proof that even if you have a brand known for security and can create a VPN, it doesn't mean you should. SiteLock VPN has apps for Android, macOS, iOS, and Windows. All of which have auto-connect options available on the Settings interface. Still, set up took an abnormally long amount of time for a VPN that offers easy install apps (more on that later). SiteLock VPN offers

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