AirVPN Review

AirVPN is well-known in the VPN community for its privacy-focused service. AirVPN puts privacy first with its no-logging policy and the availability of open source apps. They also do not use PPTP or L2TP/IPsec. Their server network is tiny and their user interface is a little unwieldy.

AirVPN’s desktop client is reminiscent of Windows 98 and is geared toward tech-savvy users. They are comfortable with changing the various features and settings available in the menus. It’s a bit difficult for a user who has no knowledge of technology, but if you have the time and desire to learn, it’s one of our favorite VPNs.

AirVPN’s trial period of three days is more generous than other trial offers. Then, you’ll need choose a plan that suits your requirements. There are plans for three months three months, six months, two years or even an unlimited subscription. You can pay for your subscription with several methods, including PayPal credit cards, debit cards, and even Bitcoin.

AirVPN has just 200 servers spread across 23 countries. It does, however, provide good DNS leak protection and is extremely secure. Their no-logging policy is also perfect for those who are concerned about their privacy. They prioritize this by allowing users to use an email address for temporary use and also offering cryptocurrency as payment options.