This isnt entirely fool proof - they also block datacenter IP subnets, like digital ocean and AWS.
VanishedVPN claim to be doing something different that apparently Netflix is unable to block, and so far they have been right. I've been with them for over 12 months and never has Netflix blocked them in any of the regions I have tried
>The Star Sports service is based on an advertisement model and therefore free, so customers can sign up to VanishedVPN for as little as $2.99 a month for a 12-month commitment, or $7.99 month-to-month, to gain access to the EPL season and more.
As the article states, all you have to pay for is a VPN subscription, nothing more.
Depends on what your wanting to do really if its p2p I'd be vary as this is in their terms:
"VanishedVPN will terminate in appropriate circumstances subscribers who are repeat infringers of either unlawfully copyrighted material or otherwise illegal content."
Have heard about them but never used them. They offer a 3 day service but you have to use a credit card cause it goes onto the plan if you don't cancel so give it a go and let us know your results :)
To me I personally don't like their site and how if your caught being a repeat infringer of movies etc they will cut you off (as above) and also the fact their servers are in AUS, USA, Canada, India & UK only, from what I can see.
Seen them here though for their so called 'sport' package and promotion:
Guess thats a plus if your into those sports.
PIA is great for general use. I have a lifetime plan with them.
If you're looking to circumvent geoblocks for services like Netflix and Hulu, I'd recommend VanishedVPN. They're Australian based and pretty affordable with a decent speed so you can still stream video :)