AirVPN is known in the VPN community for its privacy-focused service. Their no-logging policy, their open source applications and their refusal to use PPTP and L2TP/IPsec are one of the ways they prioritize your privacy. Their server network is tiny and their user interface is a little unwieldy.

The AirVPN desktop client looks like something from the Windows 98 era and is specifically designed for those who are comfortable with changing a variety of settings and features which are available in the how to update apps on android menus. It’s intimidating for the user who has no technical knowledge but if you’ve got the patience and time to learn, it’s one of our most popular VPNs.

AirVPN’s trial period of three days is more generous than the other trials. After that you’ll need to choose a plan that fits your requirements. Plans vary from three months to six months or two years. You can also get a lifetime subscription. You can pay your subscription in several ways, including PayPal or credit card. You can also pay with a credit card or even Bitcoin.

AirVPN has just 200 servers located in 23 countries. However, it does provide excellent DNS leak security and is extremely secure. Its policy of no-logging will be a good option for those who are concerned about their privacy. They prioritize this by allowing cryptocurrencies as a payment option and permitting temporary email addresses.