These three VPNs are neck and neck in the overall ratings, each scoring 4 stars. TunnelBear is better on features, providing a number of options including multiple device support, and 256-bit encryption. They are also pretty good on logging, highlighting the following: No IP address, visited websites or any information about applications used is logged. Pricing is similar across the board, while two providers – Unlocator VPN and UnoTelly VPN – have refund windows and free trials. When it comes to ease of use, all three rank the same; reasonably easy to set up and use. None of the VPNs have any anonymous payment options, although TunnelBear VPN does support Bitcoin payments. We have had mixed reports about these VPNs getting through the Great Firewall of China and, unfortunately, none have a kill switch. All three providers have similar country coverage, UnoTelly VPN supports Smart DNS which unlocks geo-blocked content, which is great if you want Netflix and you’re in an unsupported country.