We have 3 pretty good VPN Providers here: Express, Pure and Freedom-IP cover a range of needs. All three cover multiple platform connectivity, with PureVPN and Freedom-IP providing multiple concurrent connections. When it comes to privacy, logging is the main issue after encryption levels. Express and PureVPN have a no-logging policy when it comes to traffic, however IPs are logged in some cases. All three providers allow for anonymous payment methods, with each having a different way of doing it, so your choice may be based on how you want to pay. On the Performance side of things, all three are super-fast VPNs. Freedom-IP has faster streaming capabilities, so if you’re looking for services like Netflix, that may be a better option. Only ExpressVPN and PureVPN have a kill switch. If coverage and availability are key indicators, then PureVPN has the greater coverage in terms of countries and number of servers, with Express coming in second and freedom-IP coming in third, which is also a good indicator on how effective the VPNs are when getting through the Great Firewall of China.