VPN Unlimited Review
When you switch on your VPN, it creates an encrypted tunnel between your computer and the VPN server, which can foil hackers or even government snoops trying to eavesdrop on your activities. From the server, your web traffic travels off into the public internet, but your actual IP address remains hidden. Data-hungry website advertisers see the IP address of the VPN server instead of your own. Here is the VPN Unlimited Review by Centralized Tech 🙂 Enjoy
VPN Unlimited offers six pricing plans, giving you lots of choice over how much you pay and how often you’re billed. The cheapest plan, Vacation, is intended for those quick jaunts away from home and costs $2.99 for seven days. The Economy plan ups this to a month-long subscription for only $6.99 per month, $13.99 for three months, and $39.99 for a whole year. A three-year plan is also available for $79.99. Note that all prices are charged in full at time of billing, and a seven-day money-back guarantee is included.
VPN Unlimited Features
- VPN Unlimited service does not restrict the Internet connection speed or bandwidth, fully sustaining your online privacy.
- VPN Unlimited provides client apps for all major platforms including iOS, Macintosh, MS Windows, Linux and Android.
- Unblock territory-restricted web content
- Protect your WiFi connection
- Secure your online activity
- Bypass some ISP restrictions (this may even increase your regular Internet speed!)
- Personal VPN server, static IP available
- Flexible pricing ranging from 7 days to 100 years
- Numerous servers across the globe
- Difficulty using Netflix.
- Lack of free version
VPN Unlimited, by KeepSolid, Inc. Offers more than most in its price range, as well as six different pricing plans to choose from. They offer up to five connections at simultaneously, which is definitely one of their strong points. They do not, however, have a ton of servers to choose from, with only 24 worldwide. We like that they do not keep any logs, but their customer service leaves something to be desired as we could not get in touch. Overall, they are a decent service but have some areas to improve upon