Anon VPN Reviews 2020 - Why 4.0 Stars?
AnonVPN is a VPN service provider that provides anonymous Internet access all over the world with its servers located in eight countries of the world. These countries are the United States, Canada, Australia, Russia, Germany, United Kingdom, Netherlands, and Sweden.
AnonVPN uses PPTP, L2TP, SSTP, OpenVPN and IPsec VPN protocols. AnonVPN is compatible with all Windows OS, Android, Linux and Mac OS so you can rest assured all your devices are covered.
All AnonVPN servers are on Gbit line, this makes surfing the web very smooth and increase the quality of streaming or online gaming. With AnonVPN, you can unblock and easily access all your favorite websites that have been blocked or restricted by the laws in your geopolitical zone. It is very easy-to-use and has an excellent set of professionals that is always ready to assist when the server you are using misbehaves.
AnonVPN has some unique features like Port forwarding that some other VPN service providers don’t have. Port forwarding or port mapping is an application of network address translation (NAT) that redirects a communication request from one address and port number combination to another while the packets are traversing a network gateway, such as a router or firewall.
AnonVPN has four different price plans, and they all have the same features that AnonVPN provides. The only significant difference is the duration of each plan according to the price. There is the Starter plan that goes for just $2.99 per month. Next is the Pro plan which goes for $6.99 quarterly. The third plan is the Plus plan which is $12.99 semi-annually. The last plan is the Premium plan. It goes for $23.99 per year. Like I said, it is important to note that all these plans have the same features.
They have a 24/7 customer live chat support with professionals that will handle any issue that you might come across while setting up or when using the service. You also have the option of subscribing to their Newsletter to receive regular news that will keep you updated about their new products.
|Number of countries with servers||9|
|Does VPN keep logs?||No|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||No|
|Number of devices per license||1|
- You can unblock and access all your favorite websites
- Supports Port forwarding service
- Offers unmetered bandwidth
- Compatible with Windows, Android, Linux and Mac OS
- Get started with Anon VPN now
When I came to this webpage I was greeted with the popup, quote: "Unfortunately, this VPN is no longer active. Their review, however, will stay up on our site as an archive for the benefit of online communities who would like to learn more about them." I am not sure why this happened. Anonvpn.io website is still there, appears to still allow placing orders, and I have had their service for over 2 years and (just checked) it is still working today. For the very low price I paid, it was a great value for P2P, but I have noticed a few issues. 1) Slow speed. I can sometimes get up to 70% of my full ISP speed but it is low to begin with, I suspect it would bottleneck more. I can get about 40Mb u/d. 2) Very, VERY limit number of servers to choose. They are color coded for (speed or load?) as green, yellow, and red. I always choose green and always connect but occasionally, usually after a day or two, get disconnected and have to reconnect. It does have a kill switch. 3) When I first joined their app was version 1.0.3. Every time it launches it checks for a new version, so I went to 184.108.40.206. This was fine, but the next time I upgraded it to 220.127.116.11, the connection became very slow. I thought it was temporary but no, I can switch back and forth between 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 and the latter is slower. I don't know why and it seems shady but I now ignore the popup for a newer version. Normally I would not put up with these issues but I received it very inexpensively through a rare promo deal and for the cost, it can't be beat. I am not stalking people or making bombs, etc (not worried about government inquiries to them) so I am not too concerned about whether it is the most secure but the leak tests I did, showed no leaks.
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I would have been fine if I didn't pay for this. Support is none existent and the page seems outdated. The iPhone instructions are old. It doesn't connect outside of my home and you get kicked off. I have contacted them several times with no response. When you do get a response it just says they received your request.
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- No support - Lousy website - Can't connect to servers I sent a support ticket and followup, got zero response. The minimal instructions on their website don't work to get a connection setup. Don't waste your time.
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