A Canadian based company, VPN Land have been operating from their home country for the last ten years. Established in Toronto, Canada in 2006 as part of Blacklogic Inc. they’ve built up an impressive number of servers (400) in various locations around the world. When I searched its site for information on unblocking popular streaming services like Netflix, it just sent me to another VPN to download. A bit sketchy.
From Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, the Netherlands, Germany, Russia, and the Czech Republic VPN Land offer unmetered services and unlimited bandwidth via their servers. With America being the exception users are also able to stream torrents with ease, and they’ve made it reasonably easy to connect to their servers. Compatible with the vast majority of Internet-connected devices, Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, and DD-WRT users just have to follow the individual setup guides (including images) on the websites to complete the connection process.
Their price packages are slightly more extensive than other VPN providers, in that as well as the usual monthly and yearly package, they also offer a Lifetime and Poker subscriptions. And for a one-off payment, their users can even consider purchasing VPN services for life. An usual lifetime expense to consider but available nonetheless. For the poker players out there, VPN Land provide a tailor-made Poker VPN account. This gives you a residential Toronto IP address- and it is always the same. Coupons are regularly offered on the website if you time it right with buying your subscription though. Worth waiting for if you’re intent on signing up.
There is no free trial available, and refunds are only granted if the service doesn’t work. And “Valid proof (such as a screenshot with an error number and description) must be provided,” to establish that.
VPN Land offers customer support through e-mail, support tickets, and telephone. Users can contact them by e-mail and via the support tickets 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, but telephone support is only available from 9 am EST until 5 pm EST. They do have an extensive Wiki data base though so it’s worth checking that out if you encounter any problems with their service. Chances are you can troubleshoot any issues you have from there.
|Number of countries with servers||30|
|Number of servers||700|
|Number of IP addresses||10000|
|Does VPN keep logs?||Partially|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||No|
|Number of devices per license||10|