VPNSecure and ExpressVPN can both be described as true global providers, with servers located on every continent. Windscribe are a little less transparent when it comes to their server locations, however we do know that they are located in considerably less countries when compared to the other two. Windscribe is a no-frills provider and the only one not to include a kill switch as standard. They do, however, offer a free version with limited speed and server locations, whilst ExpressVPN and VPNSecure provide paid plans with 30-day money back guarantees. ExpressVPN is marginally more expensive overall; however, they are compatible with Windows, Linux, Android, iOS and Mac. It’s also well worth noting that they are the only one of the three clients with no reported interruptions to Netflix, BBC and Hulu viewing.