vpn.fish is a new VPN provider but offers encryption standards that are at par with the major players in the VPN market. With vpn.fish’s AES-256 bit encryption, your online activities will be practically un-hackable. On the other hand, vpn.fish is located in Hong Kong. While it’s not in China’s jurisdiction, it’s still a little too close for comfort.
It has a 7-day money back guarantee and a 30-day free trial, after which you can choose from one of their four pricing plans, all of which are really reasonable. The amount you would save by choosing a longer-term plan aren’t huge, so you won’t be sacrificing too much if you don’t want to commit.
You can use vpn.fish on up to six devices simultaneously with only one license. This means you can save further on their already cheap plans.
Since vpn.fish is a fairly new provider, it doesn’t yet have a large network. That said, for many, 12 servers in nine countries should be enough, since most people will likely just want to connect to the US servers.
The servers are located in the US, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Tunisia, Singapore, Indonesia, and Japan.
A limiting factor for vpn.fish is that it is only available for iOS, which means if you want to run a VPN on your laptop, desktop, or Android, this isn’t the VPN for you.
They don’t have a live chat facility but you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org and they’ll reply within 1-2 business days.
Since it’s a new VPN, there are no ratings in the app store yet. However, with its speedy service vpn.fish has the potential to grow.
|Number of countries with servers||9|
|Number of servers||13|
|Number of IP addresses||13|
|Does VPN keep logs?||No|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||No|
|Number of devices per license||1|