IPVanish Product Review


IPVanish (IPV) is a VPN service that claims the fastest speed and most secure connections for a competitive price. VPN services are most popular for their ability to unlock previously unattainable areas of the Internet because of various geographical restrictions. IPVanish says it allows its users to access every corner of the globe with a VPN network that spans “25,000+ IPs on 225+ servers in 60+ countries”. However, in addition to the benefit of increased access, VPN services are powerful tools for online security. Benefits listed by IPVanish include stopping hackers as well as government agencies from spying and obtaining private information. In addition, the system of encrypted tunnels created by a VPN allows users to stay secure while connecting to public WiFi, which are common access points for people with malicious intentions. Take a look at this video from Best Proxy Server’s channel for a comprehensive look at how to use IPVanish.

One reason this VPN service stands out from others is their ‘zero logs’ policy. Any user looking to increase their online privacy will love a privacy software company that doesn’t log information themselves. Coupling their no logging feature with the speed IPVanish offers helps differentiate them in a competitive market.

The market for VPN providers is saturated with competition with IPVanish, available to users for $10.00/month, $77.99/year, or $26.99/ 3 months, sitting on the pricier side of things. However, IPVanish has done a lot to separate itself from other VPN services so you know you are getting what you paid for.

Learn more about IPVanish from the video review below by BestVPN. Additional reviews can be found by VPNFan and PCAdvisor.


About Ryan Jeethan


Ryan is a recent graduate of the University of Waterloo’s Arts & Business program focusing on UW’s unique Speech Communication program.

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