X-VPN Review & Test 2019 - Keep This in Mind Before Buying
In the ever-expanding world of VPNs, X-VPN is a relative newcomer but whatever it might be lacking in experience, it makes up for with fast speeds, high-level encryption and P2P support.
X-VPN offers both a free and premium package, with the free option offering limited server access and a cap of 500MB of data per month if you connect from a desktop; free users accessing the app from a mobile device have unlimited usage, but will still only be able to connect to a handful of X-VPN’s servers and will have to tolerate the advertising bundled up with the free app.
The premium VPN package is both fast and reliable, with access to over 1000 servers worldwide. The pricing is mid-range and the client works on most platforms except Linux and there is no indication that this is set to change.
X-VPN can’t access every site with geographical restrictions but it does a great job in terms of navigating the big names, like Netflix, BBC iPlayer and HBO go. Should you experience any problems, you can get high-quality support online 24/7.
Encryption is as strong as its competitors with 256-bit coding and DNS leak protection. The only negative is there is no mention of a kill switch.
|Number of countries with servers||25|
|Number of servers||3000|
|Number of IP addresses||3000|
|Does VPN keep logs?||No|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||Yes|
|Number of devices per license||10|
- Accesses Netflix and BBC iPlayer
- Over 1000 servers worldwide
- Strong encryption
- Free plan available
- Supports multiple platforms
- Allows three simultaneous connections
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