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 RitaVPN was able to unblock Netflix US. Sadly, that’s where the power stopped. It couldn’t unblock Disney+ or Amazon Prime Video.
RitaVPN offers unlimited server switching but with a limited amount of servers, that isn’t that impressive. A common problem with low server availability is congestion, especially during peak hours. Which means you could get caught in an endless buffering loop.
RitaVPN is available for iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS. Currently, RitaVPN doesn’t work on gaming devices, routers, or Linux-based systems.
It does have a few nice features for a small VPN including the use of OpenVPN protocol, 256-bit AES encryption, a kill switch, and a strict no-logs policy.
I wouldn’t recommend this VPN for torrenting though. There’s no firewall or split tunneling available, and it only offers limited support for P2P applications.
|Number of countries with servers||15|
|Number of servers||20|
|Does VPN keep logs?||No|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||Yes|
|Number of devices per license||2|