If you want a quality product, be willing to pay for it, and good security is no joke.
Check the Cracked Shop - they usually have several that are so cheap as to be basically free.
I got lifetime VPN Unlimited and ZoogVPN a couple months ago, and so far Unlimited has been great.
Gebruik ZoogVPN omdat er een 'lifetime' (25 jaar) aanbieding liep voor 30 dollar.
Genoeg wereldwijde servers voor http en p2p verkeer. En de snelheid is redelijk tot zeer goed.
Zal ongetwijfeld niet zo goed zijn als de toppers, maar voor 30 dollar een vpn dienst hebben tot 2042 die niet logt en genoeg (alle?) veiligheids protocols ondersteund is mij meer waard.
From my experiences here are my top 5 recommendations and top 5 bad reviews.
Nord VPN (Great speeds)
Proton (All around good service)
(great for staying private, they don’t keep logs
Tunnelbear (new but impressive)
Surfshark (pretty good when you first sign up, great for newcomers)
EasyVPN (Not safe)
Opera (not safe)
HideMyAss (Just a lot of annoying issues for me)
ZoogVPN (encryption not impressive compared to most other companies)
Anonyton (ads, probably spying on you, so what’s the point?)
Thanks for your comment! My bank is N26 which is an online bank so it doesn't actually exist physically. The costumer service in the app seemed pretty stubborn and reluctant to understand as well.
I've read the terms of service of ZoogVPN, they're pretty short, and it literally is just that. That's all they say about refunds.
If anyone has an idea how to report a deceptive business practice in the EU, let me know
If you're connected via OpenVPN UDP or TCP on your remote Windows machine then a simple RDP connection works. If you using other VPN protools such as IKEV2 or L2TP/IPsec then the RDP won't work as it uses different ports and encryption methods. This certainly works with ZoogVPN via our Windows client while connected with OpenVPN as we do it all the time for number fo remote tasks. Give it a go with native Microsoft RDP client, just make sure you configure your router to accept RDP connections.
ZoogVPN is pretty good:
- Affordable ($1.25 p/m)
- Super user-friendly apps
- Works with US Netflix, BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub, among others.
- Torrent downloads are permitted on dedicated servers.
- Highly encrypted and secure with zero logs policy
The above are just the facts of the service, the rest is up to you.
unfortunately I didn't insist for refund in 7 days,as stated when paid. Sometimes it doesn't displays websites correctly
(no option to post screenshots here).When contacted customer support thru live chat,they asked few question and were unable to hep,just left and I was waiting and waiting and window said online and nothing else happened.(tryed 3 times).Absolutely regret subscribing to ZoogVPN.
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I found a pretty nice deal on VPNTunnel and ZoogVPN (a lifetime subscription for 30$), there was also ra4w vpn for 20$ but i heard pretty bad things about it. I saw that VPNTunnel has more servers than ZoogVPN (80 compared to '25+') the thing is it doesn't show anywhere on their page where those servers are. I don't know what to do. Any ideas?
Forgot to say that i'm looking for something cheap.