StrongVPN is an old but newly improved VPN service with 650+ servers in 26 countries, while IPVanish is a well-established provider with over 1,000 servers across 61 countries. StrongVPN, however, has over 59,000 shared and dedicated IPs, whereas IPVanish has over 40,000. For those seeking to protect multiple devices, StrongVPN allows up to five simultaneous connections, compared to IPVanish’s maximum of 10. In terms of refunds, IPvanish offers a 7-day money-back guarantee, compared to StrongVPN’s 30-day policy.
Both VPNs are known for offering unlimited bandwidth and supporting the L2TP, SSTP, OpenVPN, IPSec, and IKEv2 protocols. They also provide dedicated apps for iOS, Android, MacOS, and Windows. You can also expect to receive 24/7 support from either of these VPNs, as well as privacy safeguards like a kill switch and WiFi protection. If you need to pay for subscriptions anonymously, both IPVanish and StrongVPN will accommodate you by accepting payments via Bitcoin.
Read on to see how we separated these two VPNs by testing them across multiple categories.