SaferVPN offers affordable pricing plans payable by bitcoin and covered by a 14-day money-back guarantee. It has servers in over 30 countries including unusual locations such as Asia-Pacific and Africa. The WiFi security feature is a plus but a major caveat is that this VPN collects extensive connections logs. PureVPN comes with flexible pricing but its 7-day money-back guarantee is measly. It is however packed with a bunch of impressive features including a kill switch, IP leak protection, unlimited bandwidth and support for five simultaneous connections compared to SaferVPN’s two. PureVPN also gives SaferVPN a run for its money with a server coverage spread across more than 114 countries. Both VPNs have sturdy security features in place supported by OpenVPN and 256-bit AES encryption. While both boast extensive cross-platform compatibility, PureVPN speeds are much more impressive. Netflix access may be difficult but PureVPN’s location in Hong Kong makes it easier to bypass restrictions in China.