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CyberGhost VPN vs
OverPlay VPN vs

After comparing these VPNs, we have a winner!


Which VPN is better?

Author Image Ariel Hochstadt
Ariel Hochstadt
Ex-Google, International tech speaker

CyberGhost and OverPlay are two VPN providers that make it easy to bypass geoblocks from around the world. They both offer unlimited bandwidth, cross-platform support, and dedicated apps for MacOS, iOS, Android, Windows, and Linux devices. You can also download torrents and rest assured that no logs are kept by either of these providers. If you specifically need to use OpenVPN, PPTP, or L2TP, you can get those protocols with both VPNs.

If you’re thinking these VPNs are very similar, however, you’ll be surprised to learn that there is actually a huge gap between them. While CyberGhost offers a 30-day money-back guarantee for all subscriptions, OverPlay only allows refunds within the first five days. OverPlay also supports only three simultaneous device connections, whereas CyberGhost allows up to seven. OverPlay maintains a network of over 650 servers in 50+ countries, but that is significantly smaller than CyberGhost’s network of 2,700+ servers in 60+ countries. A more complete comparison follows below.






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 The Bottom Line

Author Image Ariel Hochstadt
Ariel Hochstadt
Ex-Google, International tech speaker

OverPlay has a lot to offer, but when it comes to providing more value for your money, a truly outstanding service, and great customer support, CyberGhost is certainly the winner of this comparison. Built-in features like malware protection and ad blocking, combined with the convenience of preconfigured profiles for different uses, make it one of the best VPNs available today. In addition, CyberGhost is extremely easy to use, thanks to one of the best user interfaces offered by a VPN provider.

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