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

The AirVPN desktop client appears to be something that was created in the Windows 98 era and is certainly geared towards tech-savvy users who are comfortable changing a variety of settings and features that are accessible in the menus. It’s not for those who don’t have any technical skills but if they’re willing to learn and are willing to take the time to do so, this is one of our top choices.

AirVPN’s trial of three days is more generous than others. After that, you’ll have to select a plan that best suits your needs. There are plans ranging from three months and six months to two years, or even an unlimited subscription. You can pay for your subscription in a number of ways such as PayPal or credit card. You can also pay with a credit card or even Bitcoin.

People looking for a big server park are likely to be disappointed as AirVPN’s network only has 200 servers across 23 countries. It does, however, offer excellent DNS leak protection and is very secure. Their no-logging policy is beneficial for those who are worried about their privacy and they prioritize this by allowing you to use an email address that is temporary, and also offering cryptocurrency as payment options.