If you want to be safe from hackers and snoopers, SaferVPN is a good option. It is great for streaming videos using services like Netflix. With its instant connection, unlimited content, and fast streaming, it’s a great choice for people who want to watch streaming videos online. However, it’s not so good for P2P.
SaferVPN offers several protocols such as IKEv, PPTP, L2TP, and OpenVPN. While PPTP is great for streaming videos, OpenVPN is good if you need the best security. The prices of SaferVPN are on the cheap side. A two-year package is super cheap, and they also run discounts from time to time.
There are special Business and Enterprise packages for business purposes. Enterprise users get special custom-made packages and cloud-based access.
There are apps for all major platforms including a Chrome extension. This is especially good for novice users who don’t know how to use a VPN. SaferVPN also sells routers pre-configured with the VPN settings.
The speeds are high, and uploading and downloading files is easy.
SaferVPN helps you stay protected from hackers who set up Wi-Fi hotspots near cafes and airports. With over 700 servers in 34 countries, they have a pretty large network and are growing.
They have 24/7 customer support via LiveChat. They also have a ticketing system and are available on social media as well. They reply instantly on chat and within a few minutes on Facebook messaging.
SaferVPN has a no-logging policy. Their policy states, “When you use SaferVPN service the only data we collect from you (“VPN Data”) which is as follows:
1. A time stamp of the time you connect and disconnect to our VPN service.
2. The amount of data transmitted (upload and download) during your session.
We DO NOT store details of, or monitor, the websites you connect to or any of the data sent over our network when using our VPN service.”
While they do not keep zero logs, this does look like a reasonable policy. This information cannot help the federal agencies identify you. There have been no incidents of logging of usage by SaferVPN either.
There is a kill switch in the app that shuts down the internet connection if the VPN drops. This protects your identity and avoids any IP leaks.
While we did not experience any connection drops when we tried it, it’s always a good idea to have a kill switch.
With unlimited bandwidth and content, it is a great option for gaming and streaming. If you want to unblock and play games from a restricted connection (such a school or office), SaferVPN can help you out.
If you want to keep your credit card details hidden, you can pay them through Bitcoin. Since Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, the VPN provider will not get to know about any of your details. Bitcoin is getting popular as a payment method among security-conscious people.
SaferVPN will not be the right choice if you want to circumvent the great firewall of China.
You can connect up to 5 devices with a single account. Or if you purchase their pre-configured routers, you can connect unlimited devices to the router. With a 24-hour free trial and a 30-day money back guarantee, SaferVPN has a lot of potential.