Although it’s based in Singapore, which sometimes faces censorship issues of their own, Ivacy has proven itself as an exceptional VPN.
The VPN has standard encryption and security with 256-bit military-grade encryption and several protocols including IPSEC, IKeV, L2TP, OpenVPN, TCP and UD.
On top of that, Ivacy has a kill-switch, which will cut your internet connection if there is a leak. While the kill-switch tends to work, we have experienced a few instances in the past where it didn’t. Ivacy also does not store logs; they only keep a track of the login attempts made to their servers.
They have servers in over 100 location with 275 servers and 12,000 IP addresses available. The server list isn’t expansive, like Nord’s or ExpressVPN’s, but it’s definitely more than we’ve seen with other VPNs.
You can also connect up to five devices simultaneously, and since it works on so many platforms, we’re sure you will use all five.
As for streaming, Ivacy can access Netflix, Hulu, and BBC iPlayer among other streaming sites, which is no small feat. The speed is definitely enough to stream without lag or buffering.
In addition, Ivacy allows torrents on dedicated P2P servers. They also have dedicated servers for Kodi, and since there are no bandwidth restrictions, you can torrent and stream as much as you want.
But one of the features that makes Ivacy really stand out is the 24/7 customer service. Not many VPNs can pull this off, but Ivacy is available through a variety of ways, and they answer questions quickly and efficiently.
While in the past the prices haven’t been extraordinary, Ivacy recently revamped its prices, and now they are quite affordable.
In addition, they have a 7-day money-back guarantee for their one-month plan and a 30-day money-back guarantee for their one and two-year plans.
Ivacy is simple to install and use. It can be used by novices as well as experienced users.
All in all, Ivacy has stepped up their game, and it’s a solid VPN to choose.