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AVG Secure vs
ExpressVPN vs

After comparing these VPNs, we have a winner!


Which VPN is better?

Welcome to a tale of two very different VPNs. ExpressVPN offers leading security protocols and options, plus some of the fastest servers available that support streaming and torrenting. AVG Secure VPN unblocks Netflix and offers basic wi-fi protection, but lacks important security features, is limited in its server network, and is costly compared to other feature-rich services. A confusing logging policy and slow customer support also count against AVG Secure VPN.






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 The Bottom Line

The privacy concern leads us to suggest ExpressVPN as the winner here. ExpressVPN gives you military-grade encryption, kill switches, tunneling, and a robust no-logs policy. Plus, you’ll get access to your favorite services without having to worry if you’ve got a DNS or IP leak. AVG Secure VPN is simple to use and should be relatively secure, but comes with only long-term pricing options, extensive logs, and slow support. You’re likely better to choose ExpressVPN which has more servers and supports the functions you want, even if you pay slightly more for it.

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