AirVPN has a great reputation in the VPN community as a service that is focused on privacy. Their no-logging policy, their open source applications and their refusal to use PPTP and L2TP/IPsec are some of the ways they place a high value on your privacy. However their server network is relatively small and their accessibility is a bit on the slow side.
The AirVPN desktop client resembles something that was created in the Windows 98 era and is definitely more for tech-savvy users who are comfortable with changing a whole host of settings and features that can be found in the menus. It’s daunting for the average user who has no technical skills, but if you’ve got the time and desire to learn, it’s one of our most popular VPNs.
AirVPN’s three-day trial is more generous than other trial offers. After that you’ll need to choose a plan that fits your needs. There are plans for three months, six months, two years or even a lifetime subscription. You can pay your subscription in a number of ways, including PayPal credit card, debit card, or even Bitcoin.
AirVPN has only 200 servers located in 23 countries. It is extremely secure and provides good DNS leak protection. Its no-logging policy can be a great choice for those concerned about their privacy. They prioritize this by allowing cryptocurrency as a payment option, and allowing temporary email addresses.